A FESTIVAL is due to return to Warrington next month for the second time to help raises awareness to physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing.

Warrington Wellbeing Festival was held for the first time last year by Becca Percival and Neil Lewis after they were inspired to bring champion small businesses and wellness in Warrington.

The festival will once again return on Saturday, July 13 at The Engine Rooms in Birchwood Park, starting at 10am and running until 4pm.

More than 40 small businesses will be taking part, whilst raising money for two charities – including Peace and Mind and Tale the Adam Lewis Effect.

Sponsored by Booming Performance, a Wellness for Kids Arena will also be available throughout the day, allowing a programme to be offered to children for free.

Around 45 market stalls will be available to browse from 10am until 4pm on the day, where attendees can meet and talk to small wellbeing businesses.

A Demo Den, Energy Enclave and Inspiration Arena will also be open for guests to visit and hear from experts.

A number of practitioners specialising in areas including yoga, personal training and crystal healing are confirmed to be taking part.

For those looking for a space to relax, a refreshments lounge will also be open.

Early bird tickets cost £5, or £7.50 per person on the day and under 12’s can attend for free.