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A day of 'feeling good'!
We all want to feel good, right?
And we all know we need to look after our planet.
So lets give ourselves a few hours of nowhere to be, but to be inspired!, have some fun!, laugh and discover tons of easy ways we can feel good - in the body, in the mind, AND for the planet!
Because we're worth it!
Guilt-Free Retail Therapy
All things natural, organic, local, planet-friendly
On-Trend Exercise Demos/Classes
Fast or slow - your choice
‘Just 4U’ Treatment Corner
Mindfulness & Meditation Tasters/Sessions
Give your mind a little rest
Healthy & Nutritious Street Food
Low meat, Vegetarian, Vegan
Fun & Creative Kids Space
Supervised - So you don't have to!
Expert Talks & Interactive Workshops
15% of all proceeds to:-
Exmouth Friends In Need
Joanna Toole Foundation
The views from the
Top Floor are spectacular!
We plan to be as
environmentally-friendly as possible!
reduce, reuse, recycle
How will we do this?
NO! SINGLE-USE PLASTIC
All our collaborators will do their best to help us achieve the above, but please forgive us if we miss one or two things; it's a transition for us all.
Also, throughout the event, we will be highlighting
TONS of, easy to implement, mini steps to become more eco-friendly
- making it all feel much less of a chore.
And if you'd like more inspiration,
come join one of our fascinating workshops!
We are honoured to be
contributing to these
two worthy causes!
The Joanna Toole Foundation
Sadly, as many of you will know, Joanna Toole died in the Ethiopian Airlines crash in March.
Joanna spent most of her young life in Exmouth.
As a child, Joanna was passionate about animals. After the Community College, she studied small-animal care at Bicton, and then University for a degree in animal behaviour.
Joanna started her career with animal welfare charities, but by the time of her death she was working for the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation in Rome - where her projects were about cleaning up the Oceans.
Joanna had been on her way to speak at the UN's environment conference in Nairobi.
More about Joanna is easily found with an internet search.
Joanna's dad Adrian, whilst grieving, is currently setting up a charitable foundation to carry on Jo's work, and there is to be a permanent memorial to her in Exmouth.
Exmouth Friends In Need
Claire Austin has done what some may think to be impossible!
Claire wanted to help those who were really struggling, so she set up a Facebook Group called 'Exmouth Friends in Need'.
People offer preloved goods, and recipients donate food in turn,
for families on the breadline.
In less than 5 months, it has grown to
more than 3.5k members!
And Claire shows no