MORE than 550 people attended a family fun day in Kendal as part of a health and wellbeing incentive.

Held at the Leisure Centre the Sunday Fun Day Even was packed with lots of fun-filled activities for all the family, including a bouncy castle, a ball pit, arts and crafts activities and a treasure hunt.

Those attending were also given the opportunity to take part in yoga and Drum Nation workshops.

The event was held on Sunday November 4th, and it was organised by Kendal Integrated Care Community (ICC).

Dr Amy Lee, a doctor based in Kendal said: “We were really happy to see so many families come along to the Sunday Fun Day event.

"It was the perfect opportunity for people from our community to get together, have some fun and most importantly have conversations about their health and wellbeing.


"Children were also encouraged to think about their own health and many of them wrote pledges on paper stars to say how they could lead healthier and happier lives."

The Mayor of Kendal, Cllr Guy Tirvengadum, also went along to the event to announce the winners of the treasure hunt.