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Am I “Disabled” Enough?

I wrote a blog post here previously about the history of my illnesses and how they affect me. The truth of the matter is that even since then, my health has deteriorated even more to the point where we are now even more reliant on the wheelchair – just because it makes my wife’s life […]

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One year of partnership with The Ticket Factory

As venues and individuals are getting involved with Disabled Access Day (10th-12th March) across the UK, The Ticket Factory is celebrating one year of partnership with Nimbus Disability. In an industry leading move, The Ticket Factory launched a pioneering partnership with Nimbus Disability – creators of the Access Card – this time last year. As […]

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CredAble Nottingham!

Nottingham City Council has been given a top award for making its buildings more accessible to disabled people. Earlier this year eight leisure centres were inspected and awarded the CredAbility Verified Accessible Award by Nimbus – a disability and equality consultancy that is led and managed by disabled people. Now 11 further council buildings have […]

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Access Card discussed with City of Chiba Mayoral Delegation

November 8th, Disability Action Alliance (DAA) members met the City of Chiba Mayoral Delegation at the Japan Local Government Centre, London.  Chiba’s Mayor Yoshihito Kumagai is preparing to further the support for disabled people, at Chiba, host city local authority, in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Japan is under pressure to climb the […]

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Bring Me The Horizon ticket Giveaway

Thanks to Motorpoint Arena Nottingham we have 6 tickets to give away to Access Card holders for this Wednesday (2nd Nov) BRING ME THE HORIZON show. This is a BSL interpreted production and seating is allocated in a tiered section with minimal steps. https://www.motorpointarenanottingham.com/Onli…/default.asp… Please inbox us / email cards@accesscard.org.uk with your name and card […]

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Motorpoint Arena Nottingham introduces BSL interpreted performances

Here’s some great news for Deaf Music fans: CredAble Provider Motorpoint Arena Nottingham has introduced BSL interpreted shows working with Performance Interpreting . The debut show will be BRING ME THE HORIZON . Stephen Chaston, Operations Manager at the Arena said This service has been months in the making and been the result of listening to […]

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Blackpool Winter Gardens Leads The Way In Championing Disability Rights

Bosses at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens are championing disability rights by becoming the first venue in the town – and one of the first in the North West – to adopt a brand new accessibility scheme. The Access Card, which is operated by Nimbus Disability, makes access to concerts, shows and events much more dignified and […]

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Nottingham Celebrates CredAbility in sport

On Tuesday 5th July Nottingham City Council held a celebration of disability sport at Harvey Hadden Sports Village The event highlighted the council’s plans to improve access and develop sport for disabled people. Speeches included the English Federation of Disability Sport’s Get Out & Get Active project, as well as celebrating Nottingham leisure centres achieving […]

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Come and Try Wheelchair Tennis!

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships Wimbledon Champions Gordon Reid, Alfie Hewett and Jordanne Whiley head to Nottingham in two weeks in search of their next triumph following their historic success at SW19. Reid, Hewett and Whiley, who between them won the men’s singles, doubles and women’s doubles titles will be amongst a stellar line up […]

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