AVDC is committed to ensuring WhizzFizzFest 2020 is an inclusive event, readily accessible for the whole community. We are thankful for the support from Buckinghamshire Disability Service (BuDS) in helping to provide an accessible event.
Throughout the day a “welfare unit”, run by volunteers from BuDS, will provide quiet and confidential spaces including:
– A quieter chill-out zone that contains toys, books and puzzles
– A dog water bowl
Other resources available from the BuDS stand and the festival’s designated Information Point include:
– Identity wristbands and “Hold my place in the queue” signs
– Large print schedules and programmes
– Maps for the “quiet” route around the town, organised by BuDS.
Please note: Festival-goers that require a carers pass can request these by emailing the WhizzFizzFest event organisation team.
The Marquee has a dedicated viewing area for wheelchair users and guests that need a seated area.
A hearing loop is also available.
Shopmobility is available for the event. Please note, you MUST register at least one week in advance. Details can be found here.
A “mobiloo” disabled toilet block will be on site, located on George Street off of Kingsbury, available between 9am – 5pm. The mobile toilet has a hoist and changing table. Please bring your own sling if you wish to use the hoist.
More information can be found by visiting: www.mobiloo.org.uk
Aylesbury Library are working with Calibre Audio Library to host drop-in sessions, allowing festival-goers to explore the magic behind recording an audio book. Find out more about this fantastic activity here. For accessibility details regarding Aylesbury Library please visit their website.
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Please see the Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) website for accessibility details regarding Aylesbury Waterside Theatre.
Buckinghamshire County Museum
Please see the Bucks County Museum website for accessibility details regarding Bucks County Museum and its grounds.