Thanks to all who came along and helped make the day so enjoyable.
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International Day of Disabled People Marketplace event on Thursday 30 November at Leeds City Museum.
This is a great opportunity to meet and connect with people from different local groups and with different providers. There will also be interactive workshops and activities, as well as a quiet/sensory room. This year’s theme is Transformation, Innovation and Inclusion. It will be a welcoming space for reflection, connection, acceptance and challenge.
International Day of Disabled People (IDODP) is an international day that is celebrated every year on 3 December. This is the 5th year that Leeds has organised a collaborative event to mark this special day.
When and Where
Date: Thursday 30 November 2023
Time: 11am – 3pm
Venue: Leeds City Museum
There will be over 25 organisations with stalls in the Broderick Hall on the day. There will be a wide range of local organisations represented with information about health and wellbeing, Learning Disability and Physical and Sensory Impairments. The marketplace will be open all day from 11am – 3pm. We look forwards to seeing you there!
Our event programme summarises what’s happening on the day in one document. There are different versions you can use but all have the same information:
- PDF Event Programme: IDODP 2023 Event Programme pdf (124 KB)
- Plain text version best for screen readers: Plain text IDODP 2023 Event Programme word document (65 KB)
- Easy Read version: Easy Read IDODP 2023 Event Programme pdf (8MB)
Speakers and interactive activities
Alongside The Lord Mayor of Leeds and Councillor Kevin Ritchie we have two extra special guest speakers:
- Jodie Boyd-Ward: Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair Rugby Captain
- Craig Grimes: Managing Director of Experience Community CIC, Leeds
On the day there will be inclusive activities which you can watch, listen to, or take part in to have a go! These are being run by:
- Yorkshire Dance
- Active Leeds, Yorkshire Cricket
- The Feel Good Circus
- There will also be a quiet/sensory room open throughout the day for anyone to use when they are feeling overwhelmed or need a break.
Please note: Carers, Personal Assistants and Support Workers are welcome to assist with any of these activities.
Watch the access video
We have published a video on Youtube showing how you can get around the museum to access all the rooms during the event. Watch the video on YouTube: Access Tour of Leeds City Museum for the International Day of Disabled People Marketplace Event 2023. The video has subtitles. Use the icons on the video toolbar at the bottom of the video. Turn subtitles on using the ‘subtitles/close captions (c) icon which is the rectangle with lines or CC.
Follow us on social media to see photos of the event, using the hashtags #IDODP2023 and #LeedsForAll: