Get Active Wandsworth: Furzedown Big Day Out

The 9th annual Get Active Wandsworth is back! This year we are taking the festival on the road to three community events, so there will be one on your doorstep!

Entry is free for all the family and the day will be filled with activities, taster sessions, advice tents, mascot races, food and guest presenters to inspire residents to get active! Make sure you come down and see what’s on offer at this free community event.

The roadshow has already kicked off with the fantastic Get Active Battersea event in York Gardens on June 2nd and culminates with the Get Active Roehampton festival on September 1st, so make sure you and the family don’t miss out on your chance to be inspired to be active this summer!

Saturday June 16      |     Furzedown Big Day Out, Furzedown Recreation Ground

Saturday June 30  |     Falcon Road Festival, Shillington Gardens

Saturday September 1     |     Get Active Roehampton, Bull-ring

Free, no booking required – just turn up

Here are some of the things you can expect from the Get Active Wandsworth Festival 2018 roadshow this year*:

  • Climbing wall, bouncy castle and children’s inflatables
  • Free child and adult health checks
  • Face painting
  • Sports club area with a huge range of sports to try for free!
  • Pure Yinks and Uncle Dee presenting live from the event
  • Dance performances
  • PAWS the friendly Active Wandsworth Panther Mascot
  • Tons of goodies, offers and giveaways!

Find out more about these activities, download your event guide and much more on the website at

The Get Active Wandsworth Festival is delivered by Enable Leisure and Sport on behalf of Wandsworth Council.

*each event will have a slightly different programme of activities so please check the website for the latest information.

For further information please contact:

Tim Fleming Business Development Manager, Enable Leisure & Culture
0203 959 0030|


Enable Leisure and Culture

Enable Leisure and Culture is a not-for-profit organisation, company no. 09487276, and registered with the Charity Commission (no. 1172345) and is partner to Wandsworth Council’s commitment to deliver first class leisure and culture services. As a Public Service Mutual, it is a form of social enterprise that manages and delivers the arts, bereavement services, parks, sports facilities, events, the film office, public halls and Putney School of Art and Design across Wandsworth on behalf of Wandsworth Council.



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