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Norfolk Loo Lady Mar 6
I won't be participating in , I will however I will be backing because unlike who are sponsored by businesses that won't have a , have committed to involving businesses who provide a
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Glenis Williams Mar 18
Well, its Monday morning and I'm sat at my desk , our was a great success with over 20 stall holders. A big thank you to every involved in raising awareness of inclusion and new ways of enjoying Black Country Heritage
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Marsha de Cordova MP Mar 16
Today is . Millions of disabled people still face insurmountable barriers. And as 1 of 5 disabled MPs in Parliament, I continue to face an inaccessible environment everyday. We must transform society so that it is accessible for all.
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Trafnidiaeth Cymru Trenau Transport for Wales Rail Mar 16
The Orange Wallet Scheme is for anyone who may find it difficult to communicate their needs when travelling on public transport. ℹ️
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Phoebe Mar 16
Highly recommend checking out the hashtag by . So many instances of ableist behaviour, not to mention the ableds who are trying to justify this kind of behaviour.
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AIM Jan 17
Calling all Museums! There’s still time to sign up for Disabled Access Day 2019 on 16 March – so have a look at some top tips on how to get involved and learn how to sign up on our website.
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Hannah Cockroft MBE Mar 16
Happy ! Is it really happy though? With the high street still struggling to accommodate the needs of disabled people, needs to be spread far and wide to make everyone welcome!
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The Old Vic Mar 16
‘As a performer I haven’t really done theatre. I don’t know whether that’s me subconsciously not exploring it because it wasn’t accessible. The Old Vic was my first theatre performance ever'
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Dr Chris Whitaker Mar 16
Today is which is a chance to highlight the fundamental importance of accessibility to everyone. Accessible places and facilities that mean people can participate fully in all aspects of life. Everyone wins. Here’s to greater accessibility everywhere.
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Alzheimer's Society Mar 16
Going out to enjoy favourite activities is important if you're affected by dementia. This , find out how you can apply for a blue badge parking permit for yourself or a loved one living with dementia, to make getting around in a car easier:
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Zeb Soanes Mar 19
We're fox-a-hoop to be included in Lauren's poem 'Is There Room for Me' along with 49 of her other favourite picture books! Can you spot the rest? Read the full poem here:
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MND Scotland Mar 16
Today is Disabled and we're excited to show you progress on our brand new Accessible Holiday Lodge. The Clayton Lodge opens next month and is custom designed and built for people effected by . Thank you to for sharing these photos with us!
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Bairbre Mckendrick Mar 16
Wheelchair basketball at John Charles Leeds as part of
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Kew Gardens Mar 13
This Saturday we're holding a free walking tour with sign language at 2pm. This tour is tailored specifically for visitors who use BSL and their carers. If you'd like to join please email discovery@kew.org to secure your place. 🍃
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Alison Mar 15
Look what I spotted when I went into Barclays today 👍🏽 Plus the staff member was wearing an lanyard so I didn't feel hesitant or embarrassed to ask to sit down whilst he did his iPad thing.
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Tina Holmes Mar 16
It’s Disabled . Is your service, activity or training accessible to all? even those with an “invisible” disability? Try something new and leave a review
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Network Rail Mar 16
It's Disabled Access Day, celebrating good access and creating opportunities for people to try something new. ♿ Inclusive design places people at the heart of our spaces and places.👇 ➡
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Clare Lucas Mar 16
Today is ! A chance to celebrate those places that make themselves accessible to all and throw down the gauntlet to those that need to up their game. A special shout out to all the venues out there with toilets 👏👍
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MuscularDystrophyUK Mar 16
Today is Disabled and we want to hear your experiences of places you've been able to visit because it provides great accessibility. Comment below to tell us your stories.
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HS2 Ltd Mar 16
will be a for everyone, designed to put people first. Our trains, stations and depots will be easy to navigate with step-free access from street-to-seat.
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