On Sunday, September the fourth we were invited to run a stall at Parallel London and had a wonderful time! Parallel is a family festival which celebrates disability and diversity. A big part of the event is the inclusive run and push races, which hundreds of people participated in. Our co-founder Ashley took part in the Super Sensory 1k race to raise money for Victim Support, a charity which we are looking forward to working with over the next few weeks. It was great to meet festival-goers and talk to them about the work we are doing and our plans for the next year. We are so thankful for all the support and encouragement people gave to us! We also ran a workshop where we invited people to help us design our new logo. All entries were fantastic and we have sent these over to our graphic designer for inspiration. And it was brilliant to see so many people wearing our Survivor badges with pride around the Olympic Park! There were many businesses running stalls too and it was amazing to see them investing time and effort into becoming more inclusive. We had the pleasure of speaking to staff from Barclays Bank and learnt about their services for disabled people. We were very impressed by their range of accessible resources! We want to say a big thank you to Parallel for inviting us and for all the hard work they put in to make the day such a great success. Special thanks go to the lovely Charlie Trueman who worked with us to get everything in place for our stall. We can’t wait to do it all over again, see you next year!