The One Life Festival returns in June with two days of music and fun for those with learning and physical disabilities. Now including a dedicated family day, so parents, siblings and grandparents can enjoy the event all together.
One Life Festival
The One Life Festival is the brainchild of Paul Elvins and Barrie Wade.
The One Life Festival (OLF18) – inspired by similar events taking place across the World – has been designed specifically for adults with learning disabilities.
The thinking behind the event is to provide a totally safe, supported festival, where people with learning lisabilities, ASD and the neurodiverse can enjoy a full festival experience.
Below are some of the articles that mention The One Life Festival.
The very first One Life Festival was a resounding success with all who attended. Individuals who have hardly ever walked before were up dancing and young adults who would normally be shadowed were able to walk freely around the secure site. Well done to all involved!
Thursday, 7th June, 2018 12:49pm
By Sally Perry with 4 readers' comments
This wonderful new one-day music festival for adults with learning disabilities, ASD and the neurodiverse takes place on Wednesday 6th June. There's still time to get your tickets.
Tuesday, 29th May, 2018 1:12pm
By Sally Perry with one comment