Want to have more people attending your event? We have put together a list of 10 things you can do to create accessibility and make your special gathering or event truly all-inclusive. These are not difficult or time-consuming (we know what it takes to create a great event) but will mean the world to those that would like to be there, but face challenges in doing so. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF
We headed north almost 500 miles from our home base in Wales to set up MigLoo for a National Theatre of Scotland event at Eden Court in Inverness during one of the most beautiful times of year to be traveling. The MigLoo Festival was set up inside the Theatre to provide facilities for their sensory extravaganza... it was so much more than fun!!
MigLoo was invited to set up for the Coastal Encounters weekend at the Inside Out Festival in Dorset, and can we say, it was AMAZING?! Lots of attendees with hoisting needs were able to attend one of the coolest events of the year and see fantastic artist installations; enjoy soundscapes; relaxation; fun, unique performances and of course, being in the seaside environment for the beautiful weather made it very, very special. Follow the link to their website (will open a separ
Disabled people in Sussex can now have the same freedoms as everyone else to attend concerts and events thanks to two new MigLoos funded by a grant to The Bevern Trust from the Sussex Freemasons. The MigLoo facilities will allow people with profound disabilities to attend community events, festivals and outdoor activities. Attending venues with limited facilities previously meant that changing or going to the toilet for people with complex needs was impossible and that they