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Parallel London at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – 4th September 2016



In the build-up to the Rio Paralympics, Parallel London celebrates the fourth anniversary of the 2012 Paralympics with a national celebration of diversity in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

There is a challenge for everyone where you can take your place on the start line for five very different fun push/run events. There are events for all ages and all abilities. You can Run, walk, wheel, push, or anything in between.

As well as the sporting activities, there will be a large free family festival showcasing the very best accessible attractions and entertainment across technology, art and culture, food and drink, health and fitness and much more.

The festival is open to everyone and actively encourages people who consider themselves to have any kind of disability, long-term injury or illness – mental or physical – to step up to some of the challenges and try something new.

If you would like more information, visit the Festival website here

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