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Royal Park Confirmed for Inclusive Sports Event & Festival

A national inclusive sports event and festival of inclusivity is a great opportunity for charities to raise funds and enjoy a day out in the historic royal Windsor Great Park.

With two months to go, you can book now to be part of Parallel Windsor and run, walk, wander, push or pull along Windsor Great Park’s stunning Long Mile in a truly inclusive event – with courses from 100m to 10k.

“More than 40 charities have already signed up for what promises to be a joyful event that supports a more inclusive world and where everyone has the confidence to move more,” said the event’s creator Andrew Douglass.

“Parallel Windsor is about moving in your own time and style and about people having a go at something, meeting new people, and generally having a good time.

“No pressures, no deadlines, no expectations.”

Whatever your level of fitness the event, on July 2, has been specially designed for people to start together but finish whenever.

One of the exciting new features is the SuperSensory 1k, supporting neurodiverse people with profound and multiple learning disabilities to exercise their senses over a series of challenges, such as responding to sound, taste, and touch.

Entry to the event will also include an inclusive family festival with music performances from acts including singer/songwriter James Holt, The Adult Autistic Choir and Bader’s Big Band, a charity village, interactive games and sports, arts and crafts, storytelling, skills and careers and food and drink from around the world.

To find out more and to book your place at Parallel Windsor go to



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