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Houses of Parliament raise their accessibility on #AccessDay

Houses of Parliament raise their accessibility on #AccessDay

BSL, case studies, 2016, wheelchair users, Parliament, visually impaired, London, England

The Houses of Parliament were involved with Disabled Access Day for the second time this year and with a 4.5-star review as a result of their involvement in 2015, people had high expectations! Find out more about the accessibility of the Houses of Parliament, what they got up to on Disabled Access Day and their plans over the coming year.

There's no stopping us now!

There's no stopping us now!

case studies, 2016, relaxed performance, Tyne and Wear, England

'We are already on a journey towards making our venue and resources fully accessible, and an official event like this gave us an opportunity to reflect on our achievements so far, as well as set ourselves some realistic (but ambitious!) targets for the future.' Find out what Seven Stories got up to on Disabled Access Day 2016!

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  • Sandcastle Water Park