A free access guide to attractions, accommodation and premises in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon and other local towns and villages is available on https://www.accessable.co.uk/
Over 450 public venues have been accessed in person by a trained surveyor using a template of accessibility questions designed by disabled people, for disabled people.
All sorts of venues are included in the guide such as leisure centres, shops, hotels, restaurants, council buildings, community centres, places of worship and many more.
Accessable look at accessibility from a disability perspective, so if you want to know whether somewhere has accessible parking, if there are steps or ramps to access a building, whether there is a hearing loop (and more importantly, if staff know how to use it), if signage and information is clear and available in large print or braille or if staff receive disability awareness training. You will find the answers to these questions on the website.
The venues assessed join over 125,000 venues already covered on https://www.accessable.co.uk/ from all over the UK, so you can use this website to access venues when you are travelling
For more information about accessible venues please contact firstname.lastname@example.org