People with learning disabilities and their carers can find out about everything from health and training to social activities and holidays at a regular get together.
The next Fulfilling Lives event takes place at New College Durham on Thursday, 1 June between 10am and 4pm.
As well as 80 stalls offering information on health, education, sports, leisure and staying safe, the event will also include a six specialised zones with interactive games and a free prize draw.
It will also host the sixth meeting of the County Durham Adult Learning Disabilities Engagement Forum, where people with learning disabilities and their carers can take part in information sessions and discussions focussed on a number of themes.
Lee Alexander, Durham County Council’s head of adult care, said: “The Fulfilling Lives sessions not only provide a source of information for people, they also give them the chance to network with other people, have their say and keep up to date with new developments.”
For more information contact 03000 265 521 or 03000 265 443.