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The Greenbelt Festival

Date
Friday 25th August, 2017
Location
Boughton House, Northants

Join us at Greenbelt from the 25th-28th August, 2017

Attracting tens of thousands each year, Greenbelt is a faith based festival that brings together arts, worship and learning. Livability is an associate of the event and each year runs a wide range of activities, to share our thinking on disability, inclusion, church and community life. From running workshops, having chats with people in our Livability tent and meeting up as community – Greenbelt is always a wonderful opportunity to connect. Greenbelt is well known being one of the most accessible festivals by providing ramps, accessible toilets, hearing loops and wheelchair recharging stations.To find out more, visit the Greenbelt website here.

Livability supports Greenbelt’s communion service

As a long-term associate a of Greenbelt Livability is pleased to be supporting Greenbelt’s communion service this year. Running at 10 am on the Sunday morning, the communion service brings the entire festival community together for a time of reflection, journey and celebration. This year’s service will explore themes of inclusion, disability, celebration and community.

Greenbelt are offering free tickets to the communion service

We are so excited to be part of this service. It’s going to be a place where everybody has something to bring. We welcome all impacted by disability to come and take part on Sunday 27th at Greenbelt:

  • Help us teach a song to everyone at the communion service using simple makaton symbols
  • Help us to welcome everybody who is coming and help support the service.
  • Greenbelt are offering a free ticket to the communion service on Sunday morning to any disabled person interested in coming.

If you would like to come and be part of the two hour service please contact cpilling@livability.org.uk for more details.

Come and find Livability in our festival tent

You can come have a chat and a cup of tea at the Livability tent throughout the weekend. Come and meet with our staff and volunteers, chat to our community engagement specialists and find out about how you can connect people with their community. We’ll have a good range of fun activities and chill out space to make the most of.

Don’t miss our workshop in Treetops at 11 am on Monday 27

We believe that every church offers gifts to help tackle social isolation. Join us to find out more about engaging with your community, running inclusive church, and how to boost wellbeing and inclusion for isolated people in your neighbourhood.

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