Arts and Food Festival at Intact Centre for Queens Jubilee

Posted on - 31st May, 2022 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Food & Drink, Ingol, Preston News, What's On in Preston
Pic: The Intact Centre

The Intact Centre will be hosting an Arts and Food Festival for the Queens Platinum Jubilee Celebrations on Thursday 2nd June.


The family-friendly event will feature local Preston artists Derelict, Stef Portersmith, Chrissy Webster, Ashley Hardman, Jon Aveyard and Maija Ozolina.

The event will run from 11am until 3pm and is free to attend.

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Families will be able to enjoy a documentary film premiere, red carpet experience, jubilee choir performance, mosaic murals exhibition, royal photo booth, samba drumming workshops, creative writing workshops, craft making, queen’s jewels treasure hunt, nature trails, dobcroft nature reserve tours, face painting and much more!

After receiving funding from Arts Council England, Intact is partnering with Derelict Art of The City to bring Ingol, Tanterton and the wider Preston community together for a celebratory event marking this special occasion.

Derelict is a Preston based arts organisation with experience hosting events and festivals and generating new audiences for international, national and regional theatre in the North-West.

Working alongside Derelict, local artists and community groups, Intact’s Jubilee Arts & Food Festival promises to provide an exciting opportunity for everyone to engage in something special.

Intact staff member, Rob, says “Our aim is to give Ingol & Tanterton residents something exciting to do on their doorstep at the Jubilee Celebrations. Many of our service users and local residents may struggle to access events in the city centre, this is designed to bring the party directly to them.

“Importantly, this is open to all, so we welcome you to come along and check out our wonderful community centre, engage in arts activities and grab yourself some free food. You will be met with a Right Royal Welcome!”

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Intact has a rich history of supporting Preston residents to benefit the wellbeing of the community. The services are centred in areas such as employability, food poverty, mental health support, financial inclusion, digital inclusion and general advice & guidance.

Intact provides high-quality activities/services contributing to the health, social and economic wellbeing of the community.

For anyone wishing to contribute an activity/stall then get in touch with Rob on

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