A free 'festival of inclusivity' is coming to Windsor Great Park in June - removing barriers between disabled and able bodied supporters during a day of events, socialising and healthy activity.

It has all been organised by Parallel Windsor - an innovative social enterprise organisation working for more disability inclusion.

The event will take place in Windsor Great Park on June 28.

It will offer everyone who comes a choice of five routes to run, walk or push a wheelchair way through - a 10m, 1k, 5k, 10k or unique 'super sensory 1k' route co-designed with Parallel Ambassador and sensory engagement and inclusion specialist Jo Grace.

There will be no cut off times for people taking on any of the routes, a fact highlighted by the Parallel spirit of ‘start together, finish whenever’.

Andrew Douglass, founder of Parallel said: “I’m really excited to be launching our campaign, which I hope will further encourage as many people as possible to be side by side and join us in the Windsor Great Park. Our focus is shining a positive light on disability inclusion, but Parallel Windsor is for absolutely everybody.”

Councillor Samantha Rayner, deputy leader of the Royal Borough, said: “We are delighted to have Parallel in our borough. We really encourage active and healthy lifestyles; where inclusive sport and accessible facilities are integral to our communities. I am also particularly pleased that Parallel is also committed to sustainability and working towards being plastic free. I’m looking forward to being with the rich diversity of our local community and welcoming visitors from across the UK to the Windsor Great Park.”

More information and how to sign up can be found on www.parallellifestyle.com. The website will also announce performers and activities at the free Festival of Inclusivity over the coming months. You can also join Parallel’s online community @ParallelGlobal