Disabled Access Day for 2016 is over but there are lots of accessible events and activities year round. Found out about some great events happening across the UK over the coming months!
Disabled Access Day is back! We're announcing the dates for 2017. Find out when we're planning to celebrate here.
Visit Flanders is the destination management organisation (DMO) for the North of Belgium. They have been working on raising awareness of the accessibility across the region for over fifteen years. So getting involved in Disabled Access Day seemed like a great way to raise the profile, find out more about what happened across the region.
Barclays have today launched their business to business portal which shares advice and tips on their journey to accessibility.
After a successful Disabled Access Day we caught up with Emily, who is the Access Manager of the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham, to get some top tips on how to put on an accessible event. Find out more on our most recent blog.
Now that Disabled Access Day is over, how do you keep the momentum and the conversations about accessibility going? Take a look at our blog!
We've been encouraging people to leave reviews on Euan's Guide of their experiences on Disabled Access Day. Take a look at some of our favourites.
George Fielding, who is Chair of the Kidz Board at Whizz Kidz, has written a guest post about his experiences on Disabled Access Day.