Welcome To Access in Dudley


Access In Dudley (A.I.D.) is an organisation looking at access issues for all, not just in the built environment but also in services and service provision, as well as information in formats which is most suitable for the individual; particularly in relation to disability.

We are a group of volunteers, who are predominately disabled people but everyone is welcome.

We campaign for the rights of disabled people when appropriate. We have also been co-opted onto many other consultation groups to offer our expertise as disabled people. Our subgroup looks at planning applications in terms of access issues for public buildings or those buildings where the public frequent such as shops, offices and schools.

As a voluntary organisation with limited funding we are always looking for volunteers to join our happy band, as well as different sources of funding to help us continue to make a difference in our local community.

"Both as a former Councillor and a member of Access in Dudley I am pleased to promote the work that is being done by them on their own and also in partnership with Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council. I know that it has made a tremendous difference to people in our area."

Former Councillor Colin Banks,
Disability Champion,
Vice Chairman Development Control.

If you would like to know more about us or would like to make a donation, why not check out the rest of our website or get in touch using the contact page or the frequently asked question page






















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