The charity Diverse UK is making its debut at Glastonbury this year with their Sensory Calm Space. The aim of the space is to provide a safe, low-level stimulation and recalibration zone for our neurodivergent festival goers. This is created by using adjustable lighting, textures, and sounds. There will also be weighted blankets and ear defenders that people can use whilst in the space. The space is managed by a mixture of Autism specialists and neurodiverse volunteers who are passionate about the importance of calm spaces in busy, vibrant, and loud festival environments.


The tent is located in Kings Market, between the Leftfield Tent & West Holts Stage and will be open Wednesday 4pm – 10pm, and Thursday to Sunday 10am – 10pm. Please keep an eye out for the Sensory Calm Space signage.

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