Fun for all at Bristol Harbourside Festival!

July 16th, 2019

WECIL and Sense have joined forces again to create an accessible area at this year’s Bristol Harbour Festival.

Inclusive Play will offer a range of different workshops and activities from face painting, music, sports, sensory play and circus skills, all of which will be fully accessible to families and friends with disabled children or learning difficulties.

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 learning disabilities.

You can find the line-up for the Saturday here:

You can find the line-up for the Sunday here:

We will be located near the planetarium in Millennium Sq, whilst we are offering a break away from the crowds please be aware that there will be workshops taking place. If you would like a more peaceful break then you can visit The M Shed who is hosting a ‘Safe Haven’ for those who need to break away from the busy festival areas.



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