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Do I need to have a disability to enter?
Not at all. Entry to Parallel is open to all, regardless of age or ability. We actively encourage everyone to take part as we want our event to be as inclusive as possible. We hope families, friends, colleagues and community members will unite to take on a challenge together.
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What are the Parallels?
You can choose from the following challenges: 10km, 5km, 1km, 100m and Super Sensory 1km. Run it, walk it, push it or be pushed.
Is this a competitive event?
Only if you want it to be. It’s not about a single winner, but coming together to support each other over the finish line. We believe every participant should be celebrated for taking part.
What if some participants don’t feel comfortable in large crowds?
We must underline that the nature of our event means there will be lots of people and noise. However, we are aware that some participants can become anxious in large crowds. Due to this, we will provide dedicated quiet areas in the festival village for those looking to take some quiet time out. We can also create smaller start waves for participants who would prefer to set off in a smaller crowd. If you have any concerns of this nature please call us on 020 7034 4846 or send us an email.
Do I have to register for one of the Parallels to attend the festival of inclusivity?
No. The festival is free for everybody to attend and you don’t need to register beforehand.
How can charities get involved?

Parallel is a unique and powerful fundraising opportunity. Much like other large-scale annual sporting events, charities are invited to buy charity places, which they can allocate to their community and supporters in return for fundraising an agreed amount of money for them. 

We have a number of charity packages available which include places, space onsite at the festival and other benefits.
Please contact us at to find out more about our Charity Partner packages for Parallel Windsor 2024 & 2025.