Parliament Motion to support Disabled Access Day

2015, Parliament, London, England

Parliament Motion to support Disabled Access Day

Great to see that Disabled Access Day was mentioned in a Parliamentary Motion at Westminster.

"That this House gives its full support to Disabled Access Day on 17th January 2015, a fantastic initiative aiming to encourage the 11.6 million disabled people in the UK to visit somewhere new with their friends and families; praises Euan's Guide and all the organisers for the hard work that they have put into recruiting organisations and ensuring that the day will be a success, and for their continuous efforts to make information on disabled-accessible locations readily available; commends the over 200 companies and venues across the UK that have pledged their support for the initiative, including Buckingham Palace; recognises the importance of empowering disabled people so that they have the confidence to get out of their comfort zone and visit new places; and encourages more venues and facilities to consider how they could make their sites more accessible for disabled people."

Bottomley, Peter Conservative Party Worthing West 15.01.2015
Corbyn, Jeremy Labour Party Islington North 15.01.2015
Mulholland, Greg Liberal Democrats Leeds North West 15.01.2015

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