Having fun is so important for our mental wellbeing and we enjoy social activities as well as our weekly courses. In the last few years we have enjoyed a variety of events which provide opportunity to get together, connect with the wider community, and raise awareness of the work of Adullam.
We are already planning more events for 2024 including: a Burns Night Ceilidh, another CrossBay Walk (by popular demand!), and a fun Treasure Hunt.
Cross Bay Walk 2024
19th May 2024
Here at the Adullam Programme we are really excited to announce that this year, to mark Mental Health Awareness week, we are going to be “marching for mental health” to both raise awareness of how many people suffer with mental health issues as well as raise funds to help those who suffer too.
15th September 2024
Check back soon for further details on this exciting event we are planning!
We have enjoyed a number of past events including: the CrossBay Walk, a musical evening at Heysham Golf Club and the Krazy Races in Williamson Park, to name but a few.
A selection of photos below show the great time that was had by all who attended; in having the chance to try something new, enjoy the company of new friends, make memories, and all while raising funds for the charity.
We have been massively encouraged by the brilliant feedback we received and also the tremendous work of those involved in fundraising for Adullam.
Join us to celebrate Burns Night with a ceilidh hosted by the Adullam Programme, a local mental health charity, with Northern Lights ceilidh band. Hot food will be included (cottage pie, neeps and tatties or a vegetarian option). This will be a fun night with a bar, food, dancing, raffle and pound rolling for prizes. So come prepared with some cash too!
Come and join thousands of spectators from across Lancaster and beyond to cheer on our krazy, wacky and outrageous soapbox downhill racers at Lancaster Krazy Races presented by the Royal Kings Arms.
Here at The Adullam Programme we are really excited to announce that this year, for the first time, we are going to be joining the King’s guide to the Kent Estuary, Michael Wilson, on the historic walk across the bay from Arnside to Grange Over Sands.