Inclusion and Accessibility

Disabled, Neurodivergent D/deaf Rebels,

You may feel overwhelmed regarding how you will manage whilst on the busy streets of London. Our aim is to support each other and to help you find the access you may need. There is information below, however if you want to discuss access please email:

Planning for The Big One

Transport To London
XRUK has set up a transport subsidy scheme to help with travel for those with access needs, including those with disabilities, who are neurodivergent, or have mental health needs. More information here

You can state your access needs on the forms when applying for camping or indoor accommodation. See the Transport & Accommodation page

Support needs and questions
Contact us with requests and questions, including:

At the Big One

There will be:

  • Level access to the majority of (and hopefully all) spaces - details to be finalised.
  • Accessible toilets.
  • Charging points for power chairs and scooters.
  • A few manual wheelchairs and volunteers to push them.
  • Reserved areas at stages for mobility aid users, visually impaired people and people who need a clear view of Interpreters.
  • A quiet space.
  • Weighted blankets.
  • Some ear protectors and fiddle toys but please bring your own if you know you will need them.
  • Stewards, wearing pink or orange high viz to help with directions and to meet specific needs.
  • Action Wellbeing volunteers, wearing light blue high viz also offer support.
  • British Sign Language Interpreters from 11am to 7pm. Email to find out more. Here is a welcome from our BSL coordinator who is one of the interpreters.

For information about accessible public transport in London: Transport Accessiblity
To plan a jouney: Transport for London Plan a Journey - there will be options to choose full step-free access.

Meet and chat with other Disabled, Neurodivergent and D/deaf rebels

The Disabled rebels network meets every two weeks, meetings are advertised on the XRUK Telegram Movement Broadcast and XRUK Disabled Rebels Broadcast Telegram.
You can also join the Accessibility and Inclusion Chat Group which is linked to our Mattermost chat group - please Direct Message @sian-aubrey or @nedevans on Mattermost.

Access and Inclusion Training - Disabled Rebels Nework

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