St Paul’s Cathedral Open Day 2018
While there won’t be an official Disabled Access Day until 2019, the wonderful St Paul’s Cathedral, a favourite #AccessDay venue, are going to be holding an open day on March 10th 2018. They’re asking anyone who’d like to join them in celebrating to save the date, and more information will appear on their website in the New Year!
Tricia Hillas, the Canon Pastor of St Paul’s Cathedral said:
“In 2015, Disabled Access Day began as a day to celebrate good access and create opportunities for people with disabilities to try something new. The day is about highlighting the fantastic access that already exists in places, such as touch tours, relaxed performances, sensory experiences, level access and of course a warm welcome.
From the outset St Paul’s has been proud and delighted to be part of Disabled Access Day and we would like to ask you to ‘save the date’ for 2018. We will be marking the day on Saturday March 10th.
A small group of us have met to begin planning in earnest, building on the important work covered in previous years. It’s important to recognise that the work undertaken for the day also feeds into our provision and welcome to people of all abilities all year round.”