For many young people with disabilities, leaving school and college involves leaving a circle of friends and support which is hard to replicate in adult life.
The result is widespread loneliness and isolation.
Now, a group of disabled young people from Bristol have teamed up to try to tackle the problem by reaching out to others.
They've enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to make an honest and revealing film about loneliness among the disabled:
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The offence is currently dealt with under communications legislation, meaning victims are not automatically granted anonymity.
Campers were greeted by cloudy and damp weather when the gates opened at 8am.
A murky start and a muggy one too with temperatures in the mid-teens.