We are a social enterprise led by people with lived experience of disability. We are all passionate about improving access and working towards a barrier free world where disabled people are welcomed and included.
We know how important it is that disabled people have information available, arrive in places that have been tried and tested, where staff are fully trained and who can meet their access needs and requirements.
Our friendly team love to get to know our clients and talk with you about ways we can help you attract more disabled people with a wide range of impairments, older people, and families with buggies to your business or tourist attraction. We will work with you to create a venue that gives magical and memorable experiences so that people will return again and again!
We aim to boost tourism, bolster the local economy, break down barriers and create a welcoming place for those who live, work, study and visit your destination.
The Purple Pound is a driving force. The spending power of disabled people and their families is £274bn a year and we want to ensure that all businesses and destinations benefit from a share of this expenditure.
The visitor experience starts on Google. People tell us they spend hours searching for a venue or a day out and are never sure how it will be until they arrive.
Even before disabled people leave the house, they face barriers that impact where they go, how they get there and may even result in them deciding not to go out at all.
They may choose to go elsewhere if they hear of other places with good information, better access and a warm welcome.
Post-COVID 19, an accessible environment is even more critical. We can help you overcome these challenges and deliver changes.
We love being out on the road, visiting venues and businesses, getting to know our customer and your how we can help you improve your facilities.
We deliver access audits and reports, Disability Access and Inclusion training, Customer Service training for all across the UK.
Clients include the National Trust, English Heritage, football and cricket grounds, large tourist attractions, leisure centres, restaurants, retailers, theatres, music venues, museums and hotels.