A new government campaign has been launched to improve the journeys of disabled passengers on public transport across the country.
Aaron Plumber, who has learning difficulties and cerebral palsy, will join thousands of others at the starting line of the London Marathon this April.
2020 Disabled Access Day is 16 March, and like previous years, the day will be about highlighting the amazing access that already exists in places.
Christopher decided to highlight these barriers in his latest conceptual artwork, a hotel room design to be deliberately awkward and inaccessible, ironically named the Welcome Inn.
Disabled people living in York might soon be able to get around the city centre more easily, as it has put in a bid for a driverless electric shuttle service.
An international chess tournament for disabled players has recently shown how playing the game can bring real benefits to people.
Coronation Street actress Cherylee Houston has been discussing how she struggles in public due to a lack of provisions made for those with mobility problems.
Major landmarks across the country have thrown themselves behind a campaign to improve disability access in shops.
A survey has been launched to determine what disabled people think about access in public places and whether it has improved in the last year.
Trafford Council has revealed it has spent £214,965 more on Disability Facilities Grants (DFGs) this financial year than it did in 2009.
The aim of the new app isn’t to lambast business owners for the state of their toilets, but to bring about positive change.