Service providers have a legal duty under the
Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) 1995 to make reasonable
adjustments if their service is impossible or unreasonably
difficult for a disabled individual to access for reasons relating
to their disability. It is the responsibility of every service
provider to consider what is reasonable for them.
To assist people with disabilities, we
asked the organisations listed in this guide to give some
information about accessibility.
Readers are reminded that facilities and
arrangements may alter following publication and it may be
advisable to check details before attending meetings or events.
(1) - Premises are
accessible in a wheelchair
(2) - Staff are trained
to make reasonable adjustments that will help disabled people
use the club/organisation