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The Shippey Campaign featured on the BBC

Level Playing Field were delighted to see the Shippey Campaign featured on the BBC Breakfast show as well as BBC Radio 5 Live talking about their campaign to improve access and inclusion at sports venues for autistic fans.

Talking about the successful Nathan Shippey sensory room installed at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light, they discuss what attending a match can be like for an autistic fan, as well as their future plans for sensory rooms at other football stadia. You can watch the fantastic video below (scroll to bottom of page) as well as listen to Kate and Peter Shippey feature on BBC Radio 5 Live here (from 10 minutes).


The Shippey Campaign website

Sensory Room launched at Sunderland’s Stadium of Light

LPF Board Member, Tony Taylor, visits Sunderland to see new Sensory Room