West Cork Feel Good Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary, with events happening across six West Cork towns and villages – Ballydehob, Bantry, Clonakilty, Dunmanway, Leap, and Skibbereen – until 19 October.
Taking place in conjunction with World Mental Health Day each year (10 October), activities highlight how the little things in life matter and can contribute to positive mental health and wellbeing. The festival features experienced facilitators and community-based groups with a focus on listening, peer support, creativity, mindfulness, the Irish language, music … And even Doughnut Economics! After all, mental health is everyone’s business.
West Cork Feel Good Festival is supported by Cork Kerry Community Healthcare, MusicAlive, Levis Corner House, Cork Education and Training Board, HSE Mental Health Engagement & Recovery, and Ludgate Hub.
View the festival programme for what’s in store.
All events are free, except for the evening performances at Levis Corner House in Ballydehob which can be booked in advance at www.leviscornerhouse.com/listings/
Some free events/workshops need to be booked also. Find out more at https://www.musicalive.ie/west-cork-feel-good-festival