Free, family-friendly fun is coming to Knebworth this spring, from Easter crafts to flower arranging.

A host of activities have been organised by North Herts Council for people to enjoy in the coming weeks as part of its Healthy Hub initiative. 

The sessions, held at St Martin's Parish Church, include family exercise classes, managing anxiety for adults and a wider variety of activities designed to help you think about your mental and physical health. 

Councillor Elizabeth Dennis-Harburg, leader of the council, said: “Our Healthy Hub wellbeing sessions are exciting and enjoyed by people across the district, so I’m really happy they’re coming to Knebworth. 

"The sessions take place every fortnight and offer different activities for adults and children, and are completely free with refreshments included.

"The sessions are also an opportunity for anyone to get any help and support they might need to feel better and lead a healthier lifestyle. If you’re struggling with the cost of living, we can give you help, advice, and support too.”

Although there is no charge, numbers are limited - so to book your place email or call 01462 474111.

Knebworth timetable – All sessions start at 10am and take place at St Martin's Parish Centre

  • April 13 – Easter family crafts with The Art in Martins for under 10s
  • April 27 – Flower arranging taster session for adults with Bloom
  • May 11 – Movement and music for under 5s with Little Performers
  • May 25 – Managing anxiety and building courage for adults
  • June 8 – Family crafts for under 5s
  • June 22 – Low impact, fun exercise for adults

Healthy Hub sessions already take place in Letchworth, Hitchin and Royston. For more information, visit