Start Together, Finish Whenever — the UK’s fully-inclusive fun runs for all ages and abilities comes to the University of Nottingham. Award-winning all-ability fun run Parallel, will host its fourth event in partnership with the University of Nottingham, on 19th May 2019 and registration is now open for the latest inclusive Parallel family fun event.
The event welcomes people of all ages and abilities to take part in a series of fun runs, from 5km to 100m, including the ever-popular Super Sensory 1km course. With disability inclusion at the heart of the experience, Parallel University of Nottingham operates with the spirit of ‘Start Together, Finish Whenever’.
Parallel founder, Andrew Douglas, explains: “I could not be more excited about this Parallel partnership with the University of Nottingham. The disability support services for students at the university are second to none and we share a passion and ethos to bring to life the positive benefits of inclusivity. Parallel University of Nottingham will deliver a new experience of disability that promises to connect communities and empower more people to enjoy active lifestyles.”
Founded by Andrew Douglass and supported by live event and experience agency Innovision, Parallel’s purpose is to be a positive catalyst, in changing the negative image of disability and enabling everybody to fulfil potential to the best of their abilities. In just two years, Parallel has been a platform for over 100 charities, raising over £1million and enabled thousands of people, families and communities to get active together for the very first time. For more information on the event, please visit www.parallellifestyle.com.