Disability History Month runs from 22nd November to 22nd December, and commemorates and highlights the achievements of people with disabilities. The theme of Disability History Month this year is disability and music.
Join fellow students for a social celebrating Disability History Month where some refreshments will be provided.
The first half will be held in the Liberation Room and will be non-drinking. The second half will be held in the SU Bar. The Liberation Room will be available as a quiet space during this time.
**Please note this event was incorrectly advertised as taking place on Tuesday 11th December. It is actually happening on Wednesday 12th December. This has been modified, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused**
Accessibility information: The Liberation Room is wheelchair accessible via a ramp, and the SU Bar is wheelchair accessible via a lift - please ask at Reception if you require any further assistance. There will be plenty of seating available, including comfy chairs and beanbags. Earplugs will be available. There will be allergen labels for any refreshments provided. There are gender neutral toilets on the top floor of the SU building.
For further accessibility information on the Students' Union Building, click here. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any accessibility queries.