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WECIL and Sense have joined forces to host an accessible area at this years Harbourside Festival in Bristol

July 10th, 2018

WECIL and Sense have joined forces to create an accessible area at this years Harbourside Festival in Bristol. Inclusive Play will be promoting the local offer to families and friends with disabled children or with learning difficulties. The area will host a range of different workshops and activities from face painting, music, sports, sensory play and circus skills, all of which will be fully accessible. 

The area is also for families wishing to take a break from the busy crowds at the festival, please be advised that this area is prioritised for families with disabled children or with learning difficulties.

You can find the timetable for Saturday here: Saturday timetable 

You can find the timetable for Sunday here: Sunday timetable 

For more information or if you would like to volunteer at this event, then please email:

lara.thomas-nel@wecil.co.uk 

 

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