Disabled Access Day News and Blog

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A special Disabled Access Day for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

A special Disabled Access Day for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

case studies, charities, volunteers, Disabled Access Day, Stratford-Upon-Avon

The start of an accessible journey The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust celebrates the history of Shakespeare in Stratford-Upon-Avon and manages the five family homes that Shakespeare spent his life in. The Trust is on a journey to improve its accessibility, so getting involved on 12th March seemed like a natural step. With an aim of increasing awareness of their accessibility but with a limited budget, the team worked hard to put on a successful event. We caught up with Becky Cund, Director of HR and Admin, who told us more about the trusts involvement.

New Visuality

New Visuality

charities, 2015, North Yorkshire, England

On Disabled Access Day New Visuality, a York-based charity, are launching a new scheme that will see businesses and other venues place a sticker in their windows highlighting that their staff are 'Happy to Help' disabled visitors.

Tourism for All UK

Tourism for All UK

guest blog, 2015, offers, charities

Tourism for All UK (TfA) provides information to disabled or older people on accessible accommodation and other tourism services in the UK and at selected overseas destinations...

 I’m a charity – what can we do?

I’m a charity – what can we do?

charities

First things first – how would you like to be involved? Could you tell your members / supporters about us? Could you organise a group or outing to visit somewhere yourselves?

    Supported by

  • Barclays Bank
  • Sandcastle Water Park