Purple Tuesday 2 November 2021

Uncategorised on 5 Sep , 2021
Purple Tuesday 2021 is a change programme for organisations of all sizes from all sectors to get involved in, with the common goal of improving the customer experience for disabled people 365 days a year. In the UK alone, the #PurplePound – the spending power of disabled people and their families – is worth a staggering £274 billion and is estimated to be rising by 14% per year, yet less than 10%...

Fabulous news from Living Streets!

Uncategorised on 6 Aug , 2021
'Making Walking Number 1' Campaign       The Department For Transport has confirmed it plans to proceed with all of its proposed changes to the Highway Code. This means, once the changes pass through Parliament in the autumn, people walking will be made the number one priority when it comes to road safety. The revised Highway Code will not only help make streets safer for walking, it will also...


Uncategorised on 30 Jun , 2021
We are really pleased to announce that our bid for a Grant of £300 from the John Jackson Charitable Trust has been successful!  We applied for this Grant to help with our events and printing costs.  So many thanks to the John Jackson Charitable Trust for this wonderful help!    

BourneFree Volunteer’s Week article

Uncategorised on 2 Jun , 2021
Thanks to an extremely generous donation, we were able to place a full-page article in the June edition of BourneFree, both the magazine and online format. We explained our aims, highlighted some of our amazing team activities, and explained just how many amazing ways there are that volunteers could help us do even more to create a more accessible Eastbourne! (Pop onto our Media Library page and ...

The Next 40 Years – Our Charter for Freedom!

Uncategorised on 1 Jun , 2021
Eastbourne Access Group are thrilled to announce the publication of their new Disability Charter, publically acknowledging that every disabled person has the right to full participation, in every part of life, as a Citizen. Those inalienable rights, laid out in the Social Model of Disability, are still ones however, that have to be fought for. For the past 40 years our group has worked, written a...