Accessibility in Warrington
The Warrington Access Guide is a living directory of places, services, shops and suppliers in the Warrington area. Each listing has address and contact information, a short description of what it offers, and our assessment of its accessibility. This website is regulary updated by staff and volunteers from Warrington Disability Partnership.
World Record Scooter Rally
Calling all Mobility Scooter users, we need you! To celebrate our 25th anniversary we are attempting to break a Guinness World Record for the longest parade of electric scooters.
If you own a scooter of your own we would love to invite you to join us and take part in setting a new record and join in the fun. We need 200 scooters to set the new record.
Time and Place:
Now that we are in our 25th year of Disability Awareness Day be sure to add this event to your diary and join us to kick start a week long line up of celebrations taking place across Warrington.
We will have special guests, performances and live entertainment throughout the day as well as information stands and other activities.
For more information contact the DAD team on 01925 240064
Access Audits from the WAG team
The purpose of an access audit is to establish how well a building performs in relation to access and ease of use by a wide range of users, whether it is physical or sensory impairments. The access audit is the first “reasonable step” in the consideration of a disabled accessible building.
Here at Warrington Disability Partnership we believe that buildings should be accessible and for a reasonable price we can turn your building into a fully disabled accessible building. If you have any access related problems that you would like friendly and professional help and guidance with.Contact us to find out more today.
Let us know
This is Tom Coleridge, our Disability Information Officer. Contact him if we have missed any entries, or you think the information needs to be updated or changed. Thanks!
Tom served with the 1st Battalion Duke of Lancaster Regiment. He was injured on the 10th June 2010 in Afghanistan. Tom and his group were ambushed on a patrol and he took a round to the left side of his abdomen tearing through his liver, right kidney and spine. Tom is now paralysed from the waist down. He updates the Warrington Access Guide and also he access audits building to make them more disabled accessible.