Tuesday 20 October 2020

FestivALL in Gloucestershire

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Bringing the Gloucestershire community together, FestivALL aims to celebrate and inspire inclusion by hosting a month of fun-filled events throughout July 2019, encompassing picnics, music, sports and more.

Dedicated to break down barriers between ethnicity, culture, faith, ability, sexual orientation, class, age and gender, and to uniting the local community, FestivALL will bring a month of exciting events to Gloucestershire.

With events happening throughout the month, FestivALL has come up 30 ways to be more inclusive.

For the month’s events highlights, see below.


Free Arts & Crafts session by Adult Education

10.30am to 12.30pm on Friday 5 July 2019

Head to Charter Court in Gloucester for a free arts and craft session, where everyone can get creative and meet other like-minded people.

To book a space, call 08005 421655.


Basic Fingerspelling session

2pm to 4pm on Friday 5 July 2019

Completely free to attend, visitors can head to Barbara Honeyfield Memorial Room in Barnwood for an insightful session on how to use fingerspelling.


Go Wild at Crickley Hill

12pm to 4pm on Sunday 21 July 2019

Explore the family quiz trail, enjoy face painting or have a go at archery and welly wanging at Go Wild at Crickley Hill. Also free to attend, the event is a great way to meet others and enjoy the glorious Gloucestershire countryside.


Inclusive Church Workshop at Tewkesbury Abbey

7.30pm on Wednesday 24 July 2019

Head to the magnificent Tewkesbury Abbey for an interesting talk about how to improve inclusion in churches.


FestivALL Chatty Parrot Social

From 1.30pm to 3.30pm on Tuesday 30 July 2019

Taking place at The Sober Parrot in Cheltenham, The LGBT+ Partnership will host an informal social session where anyone who is LGBT+ or just someone who believes in equality, can go along and meet others.


For more information, visit festival.org directly.

Event:
FestivALL 2019
Venue
Various venues across Gloucestershire
Dates:
Friday 5 July 2019; Friday 5 July 2019; Sunday 21 July 2019; Wednesday 24 July 2019; Tuesday 30 July 2019
Times:
Times vary as per event, see above for details
Admission:
Free of charge
Telephone:
(01242) 539970

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