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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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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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Welcome On Board: Eventim Apollo

Joining the growing list of music venues adopting the Access Card is the Eventim Apollo “We are proud and excited to collaborate with Access Card to provide a better experience for all of our customers. “We are pleased to be part of an initiative that allows access customers a discreet and expedient way to express […]

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Ticketing Teaser

Great cross-industry meeting right now with @CredAccessCard @attitudetweets and lots of ticketing providers. — STAR (@secureticketing) May 27, 2015

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terry gallagher holding the first disablility card produced by nottingham citty council - later replaced by the Access Card

Tributes paid to disabled rights campaigner

Tributes have been paid to an Arnold man who championed the rights of disabled people in Nottinghamshire – leaving a lasting legacy for people across the UK. Terry Gallagher, who helped launch Nottinghamshire’s first disability registration card, has died at the age of 64. The former teacher, who died from bronchopneumonia and heart disease, worked […]

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Accessible Sheffield Launch Event

Accessible Sheffield Launch Event – 10th June 2015 DisabledGo, Sheffield City Council, Disability Sheffield and The Access Card would like to invite you to the launch of the disabled access guide to Sheffield. When: Wednesday 10th June 2015 – 1pm to 3:30pm Where: Sheffield Town Hall, Pinstone Street, Sheffield, S1 2HH What is it about? […]

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Nimbus launches the first national access card for disabled people

The newly-introduced Access Card is designed to easily and discreetly let businesses know the specific needs of disabled visitors.   One of the major issues facing disabled people is having to explain why they might need adjustments when accessing services. It is common to be asked to describe any conditions, sometimes in humiliating and unnecessary […]

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Accepting the Access Card

We’re in the process of updating our websites but in the meantime – if you’re an organisation interested in accepting the Access card and want to know more about how we are able to support you as a business please make contact with martin@ask-nimbus.com on 01332 404040

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A Customers Perpective

The Access Card has, over just 12 months, developed from being nothing more than a sketch on piece of paper to a fully functioning system being integrated into more organizations than we ever thought would have been possible with in such a tight time frame. The response from providers virtually constantly ends with ‘its a no-brainer’ when […]

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