RunFestRun is committed to making everyone’s experience an enjoyable one and provide the following for our disabled visitors to assist with ease of access throughout the festival. Please do consider that the festival is an outdoor event with grass fields and grounds with gradients/uneven surfaces. Whilst we have made a great effort to provide facilities to accommodate for this there will inevitably be some areas that are hard to navigate.
RunFestRun prides itself on accessibility for all. Personal assistants are admitted free to assist people with disabilities.
Please complete the form to apply for a Personal Assistant ticket.
We want to make RunFestRun accessible to everyone. We may provide those disabled ticket holders (who are in receipt of the middle or higher rate DLA/PIP or hold a blue badge) with one free ticket for a personal assistant. If you do receive middle or high rate DLA/PIP or hold a blue badge then you do not need to buy a ticket for your personal assistant.
Please note if the disabled person is a child you will need to buy an adult ticket and claim a free child ticket as the personal assistant.
How to submit your evidence
Please supply a photocopy of one of the following as proof:
Either email a copy to email@example.com or post a copy to: Access Application, RunFestRun, 4 Vencourt Place, London, W6 9NU
There is an accessible camping area, but spaces are limited.
If you require a space in the accessible camping area please indicate this on the Access Registration Form.
Accessible toilets are available in the festival arena, in the accessible camping area, and at Festival Medical Services. Accessible showers are available in the accessible camping area.
Festival Medical Services can store medicines that need to be refrigerated. Please check the festival map which will be sent out nearer to the festival for the Festival Medical Services location.
The Road Race is a 3K route suitable for wheelchair users and runners with buggies that don’t have all terrain and or off-road capability.
More information will be released on other routes appropriate for all-terrain wheelchairs in due course.
There is a viewing platform located in front of the main stage for wheelchair users and people with disabilities. You will need a viewing platform wristband to access. Capacity on the platforms is limited so only one personal assistant can accompany each time.
The viewing platform wristband is for wheelchair users and those who have difficulty standing for long periods. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require access.