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Bairbre Mckendrick Mar 16
Wheelchair basketball at John Charles Leeds as part of
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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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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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Changing Places Mar 16
Happy everyone! Please share your photos of what you are getting up to today- particularly if they involve toilets!
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CFYT Mar 16
Meet our Mr Fox in our performance of ‘Fantastic Mr Fox’ for 👌🏻
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DisabilityandWellbeingNetwork Mar 16
Thanks to all who took part today must admit the EV wheel chair accessible taxi stole the show for me well done Leeds Cab.
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Dr Amy Kavanagh Mar 16
A very interesting day out for . We experienced a touch tour & got to feel many of the sculptures & access areas not usually open to the public. A unique experience & worth the grubby fingers at the end! ♿️😎
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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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Tracey Proudlock Mar 16
So today I’m doing something new taking my TriRide on London Underground. I’m now in Stratford East London. Say hello if you see me.
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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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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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Brandon Jones Mar 16
Promoting accessibility on Briggate today until 4 with new LeedsCity bus and partners
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Glasgow Disability Mar 16
We're at today for We're very pleased to see there will be a toilet here soon.
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anna murray Mar 16
A snowy but brilliant afternoon as part of here at with multi sensory storytelling and the opening of our toilet!
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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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To Pee Or Not To Pee Mar 16
where shall we go? of course! Check out new loo that we, and others, fought long & hard for 💞 Automatic RADAR door opens easily but doesn't close so well in crazy wind 🌬😳 sorted in the end 👍 thx
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sophiestone Mar 16
I’d love to hear what you’re doing for - Let’s all strive to make consistent, long term changes for good. We all benefit.
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SCOVI Mar 16
We’ve stopped by on to catch up with and ! Fantastic to see two contrasting yet complementary solutions to accessibility, customer service and human interaction.
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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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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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