Welcome to our January newsletter
It’s been a busy few months for us at AccessAble.
We’ve launched our new brand, website and App across the country. Watch the videos below
Read more below, as well as
Started planning your 2019 yet?
With January almost over, now is the perfect time to start planning your next accessible adventure, whether it’s a day trip, weekend break or holiday. Quite often, just the thought of planning a trip away can be stressful and time consuming.
But…. with our brand new website and App, it doesn’t have to be! It’s now easier than ever to find things to do and places to visit with Detailed Access Guides all in one place!
We’re here to give you the information and detail you need to work out if a place is going to be accessible for you. We’ve surveyed 10,000s of venues across the UK and Ireland, including shops, pubs, restaurants, cinemas, theatres, railway stations, hotels, colleges, universities, hospitals and more.
Since launching AccessAble in October, disabled people, carers or anyone needing to find out more about accessibility can check out 10,000s of Detailed Accessibility Guides on www.AccessAble.co.uk and the AccessAble App.
To celebrate the launch, we’ve been holding events with our partners. Watch our London and Cambridgeshire launch videos below.
Accessible Valentines Day
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so it’s time to start planning the perfect date with your loved one!
Come and join us at Naidex 2019
We’re proud to be in partnership with Naidex as it makes a triumphant return to the Birmingham NEC, on the 26th & 27th March!
After last year’s incredible success, the show has once again positioned itself as the leading event dedicated to disability and independent living. And the 2019 edition is set to drive change in the world of disability once again! Read more
Area of the month
Our area of the month is Cambridgeshire!
Cambridgeshire County Council have partnered with AccessAble to create Detailed Accessibility Guides for over 2000 venues across the area.
The Guides are 100% facts, figures and photographs and will give you loads of useful information to work out if somewhere is going to be accessible to you. They cover everything from parking to hearing loops, walking distances and accessible toilets.
Check out these top places to visit here:
Ely Cathedral – View the Access Guide
All Saints’ Church – View the Access Guide
Grand Arcade – View the Access Guide
Milton Country Park – View the Access Guide
Nene Valley Railway – View the Access Guide