4 Dec | International Day of People with Disabilities Event

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4 December 2019 | 10:00-15:00 | Leeds City Museum

A drop-in event to celebrate everyday achievements of people with disabilities in Leeds, supporting projects and to discuss ongoing challenges.

UPDATE: The deadline for exhibitor applications has been extended – if you’d like to be involved please get in touch!

Join us throughout the day for:

  • A variety of stalls showcasing collaborative projects and individuals’ achievements.
  • A display of artwork.
  • Short films shown throughout the day on the big screen.
  • A comfy corner, with seating, complimentary hot drinks & cake.
  • A creative feedback space. Your chance to have your say about what is good about living in Leeds as a person with disabilities, tell us about the challenges you face and what could be done better.
  • Visual Guides and BSL interpreters will be available should you require assistance. The museum is also wheelchair friendly and has accessible facilities including a Changing Places toilet.
  • You can book via Eventbrite or just turn up!
  • Quiet Hour between 2 and 3pm.

If you are interested in having a stall, showing a film or displaying artwork, either your own or on behalf of a project or organisation, please have a look at the supporting links and/or contact Karen Fenton at Forum Central for more information.

  • Email: Karen.fenton@forumcentral.org.uk
  • Tel: 0113 242 1321

Download Information for Potential Exhibitors

Download the Stall Holder Application Form

Download the Poster A3

Download the Poster A4

Download the Poster .jpeg

The Eventbrite link is: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-day-of-people-with-disabilities-2019-celebration-tickets-77982223931

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