Here’s a date for your diaries, well actually, here’s 3 dates for your diary! Continue reading “Disabled Access Day 2017”
Thank you to everyone who signed our petition. Sadly we ran out of time and fell short of the 10,000 needed for a response from the government.
HOWEVER, we are not deterred and have launched a new petition which is live now!
We really need you to work with us and champion this, so please share it with all your friends and followers on social media, working together let’s get this going viral. Tell people why it is important to you, why these bays need protection, and why asking the local authorities or Police just doesn’t work. Explain to people WHY we need this law introduced.
As ever, thank you all for your continued support.
Chris, and the team.
Click here to sign and share our petition => https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/131798
Unless you’ve really been avoiding the news, you’ll know that there was a tube strike this week, and whilst the vast majority of commuters made alternative arrangements and many others took to social media to complain about their lot – for those of us who are wheelchair users it was just another day in paradise. Right?
Here’s a little something to brighten up your summer holidays; feel free to share around social media with a link to our petition to government. This image will also be available in the downloads section.
Founder of Want My Space? Take My Disability!
Have you seen DMUK’s latest campaign? It calls for many of the things we have outlined in our petition to government. We support this wholeheartedly! Have a look at the short video starring Helen Dolphin:
It isn’t just ignorant people parking in disabled bays. Sadly many companies think it is okay to use this resource as a place to put products.
Just how accessible is your local town? Do you prefer your local High Street to your nearest shopping centre?
The UK’s 12.2 million disabled people make a noticeable contribution to employment and local economies. The Accessible Britain Challenge in aims to encourage shops, businesses and local authorities to work closely with disabled people and their organisations to break down barriers and make services more accessible and inclusive. Continue reading “Accessible Britain”