FestivALL Picnic in the Park
1-4pm at Stratford Park, Stroud
Launch event for FestivALL
Basic Fingerspelling Session
Free for all to attend and everyone welcome
Barbara Honeyfield Memorial Room, Centre for Deaf People, Colin Road, Barnwood GL4 3JL
Go Wild! Crickley Hill
Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust event
Inclusive Church Workshop
Practical discussion about how to improve inclusion in churches (Disability, gender, economic power, mental health, race and sexuality)
at Tewkesbury Abbey on Weds at 7:30pm
The Launch Event!
Sunday 30th June
Stratford Park, Stroud
1 – 4pm
Let’s launch FestivALL 2019 as we mean to carry on – invited, welcome and together.
Whatever your age, gender, ethnicity, ability, faith, sexual orientation or class, join us for a PICNIC and CELEBRATION at Stratford Park in Stroud.
What you’ll need:
– Enough lunch for yourself and maybe to share with a few others
– Sun protection, as it WILL be sunny (said hopefully)
– A willingness to say hi, and introduce yourself, to those around
– Comfy shoes
Parking is free of charge.
The park includes a play area for children between 4-11 years, a museum, cafe, skate park, accessible toilets, miniature railway, arboretum/woodland, lake and bandstand.
What is FestivALL?
FestivALL is a month dedicated to celebrating the diverse and welcoming communities in Gloucestershire.
As well as a calendar of simple ideas of how to include more people where you live, where you socialise or at work, there will also be events happening across the county you can join in with.
FestivALL aims to break down barriers in our communities across ethnicity, faith, ability, sexual orientation, class, age and gender and create opportunities for us all to discover more about the people, wildlife, places and organisations in our area.
FestivALL is all about coming together, talking, sharing and celebrating – but most of all, having fun.
FestivALL is taking place in July 2019, across Gloucestershire.
The events listing is coming soon!
The FestivALL vision:
To bring communities together to celebrate and to inspire inclusion, in and around Gloucestershire
To promote inclusion – what it means and how we can all get better at it
To learn from one another and to form lasting relationships to take forwards
To collaborate across, and breakdown barriers between: ethnicity, culture, faith, ability, sexual orientation, class, age and gender identity
To provide a platform for organisations and community groups to celebrate together
To generate and share good news stories about people joining together in and around Gloucestershire
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