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Discount for Card holders on home textiles

Discount Home Textiles – Retailers of quality bedding, curtains, soft furnishings, bed frames, mattresses and bedroom furniture have kindly offered a 5% discount for all Access Card Holders Find out more here: http://www.accesscard.org.uk/providers/discount-home-textiles/

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Up to £15 for your first ride with Uber

Offer for Access Card Holders – up to £15 for your first ride with Uber In partnership with Uber, we’re thrilled to announce an exciting promotion for Access Card holders. Uber – the popular rides booking app – has expanded the availability of their accessible option and we’re giving Access Card holders a code to […]

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The Access Card; working in partnership with Autism Life Dogs.

The Autism Life Dogs Team are as passionate about dogs as they are about changing the lives of children with additional needs, that passion for making families lives more accessible has led them to form a partnership with The Access Card. The award-winning, non-profit provides assistance dogs for children with autism and related developmental difficulties. […]

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How to: link your Access Card to the Ticketfactory

Here is a quick update for new cardholders wanting to use their Access Card with the Ticket Factory website and get started buying tickets online. With your Access Card, you can register for an online account, once you have registered you will then be able to book tickets online at selected events and venues. At the moment […]

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Access Card Holder Gives Back

At first glance Porkys is pretty much your standard run of the mill burger van but for us it’s something much more than that. The van is run by Access Card holder Danny Healey who first applied for his card last year after finding out about through the Local Charity Disability Direct in Derby. “Disability […]

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Businesses encouraged to get on board with Access Card

A nationwide scheme aimed at helping disabled people access venues, activities, shops and services more easily is moving into a new stage of development backed up by findings and recommendations in two national independent reports. The Access Card scheme is nationally recognised as a fuss-free way to communicate the access needs of disabled people. It’s […]

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