Now that government restrictions have mainly been lifted, particularly outdoors, you can start getting out and about more for these feelgood activities. 

Interested in other activities or art forms? Get inspired

(Updated 17th June 2021) 

  1. You can now pick up an activity pack for Outside In Theatre‘s family outdoor adventure at your local library in Wellingborough or Corby to pick up the pack, or download it at
  2. Now that Corby Heritage Centre has reopened, they are looking for Volunteers. Contact Billy Dalziel on or call 01536 464284 to find out more.
  3. Discover surprising artworks as you go on a walk at the Sculpture Garden Exhibition at Burghley House, which will be on display until 31st October 2021.
  4. Learn Capoeira with Qaasim Uhuru or Bhangra dance with Sheetal Maru at the Imagination Station.
  5. If you’d like to try some Animal Yoga check out February’s edition of The Wild Winter Challenge!
  6. Get Monday morning off to a good start with your little ones by taking part in Mini Musical Movers – join in from the comfort of your own home with local artist Sophia and bring your babies and toddlers to sing, move and play!
  7. Try making a picture of your walk using a walking mapping app e.g. Strava – join the Northamptonshire Walks facebook group to find more local people who are doing this too!
  8. If you love spending time outdoors, try a photography walk! Wrap up warm and get your sturdy shoes on, then get snapping with your phone or camera! Check out the Northamptonshire Walks website for loads of ideas of where to walk nearby and when you get home,  share the photos of your adventure with friends or on the Northamptonshire Walks facebook group, or Northamptonshire Nature and Landscape photography facebook group where you will find lots of like-minded folks.
  9. Ready to go out exploring? Northamptonshire! Britain’s Best Surprise has lots of ideas of local historic houses, parks and gardens to visit, and it’s worth following their twitter for updates on reopening dates for the county’s theatres and museums.
  10. Check out the dance and movement activities on the Fantastic For Families website, where you’ll find lots of great ways to get moving!
  11. If you haven’t already tried out our dance and movement sessions with Liz Clark or Tina Heeley, now’s your chance.
  12. Find dance classes at the Virtual Village Hall, where you can join in with live sessions or catch up on demand when suits it you, on the Virtual Village Hall Facebook Page.
  13. The Sofa Singers is a free and weekly online singing event that brings people together from around the world to spark joy and human connection. Great for those who love a sing-song, are missing their usual choir group or people trying to boost respiratory health.
  14. Get outdoors for some fresh air and draw some inspiration from nature! As long as you maintain social distance it’s really good for you to get outdoors. Try doing a quick pencil sketch when you’re out for a walk in the countryside or in the garden. Children will love drawing on the paving slabs in your garden with coloured chalk if you want to stay home – have a look here for inspiration.
  15. Enjoy some art on a walk! Visit the Red Kite Windows on Priors Hall Park or sculptures in and around the lakes and parkland at Oakley Vale – which have all been commissioned by local people.
  16. Join in Elevenses with Anton Du Beke at his home via Anton’s YouTube channel! Learn a Quickstep, Rumba, Jive, Waltz, Bossa Nova and many more dances.

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