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We aim to make The People’s Project consultation accessible to as many people as possible. We understand that every person’s needs are different, and that it is our job to ensure as many people enjoy the event as possible.
We have put in some additional opportunities to assist those with specfic requirements.
The consultation event is fully accessible for people with reduced mobility. There is wheelchair access to the entrance and exit of the exhibition with handrails available either side of the ramp.
The consultation event comes equipped with hearing loop capabilities, compatible with all NHS hearing aids and any other hearing aid with a T switch. Speak to staff if you have any queries.
1. On Twitter search for our @peoplesproject_ handle or click here
2. Folow the @peoplesproject_ page
3. Send @peoplesproject_ a direct message to ask an accessibility related question
1. Search Facebook or Facebook Messenger for ‘The People’s Project; or click here
2. Send The People’s Project a message to ask an accessibility related question