Durham City Access For All works to ensure everyone can easily access the city, regardless of their mobility. So if you've got an issue, a problem or an idea, we'd love to hear from you.
The quickest way to get in contact with Durham City Access For All is via the general email, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find us on Facebook on our Durham City Access For All page.
Durham City Access For All holds regular meetings to discuss accessibility issues around Durham - so why not come along?
Our group meet every two months on the second Wednesday of the month. The meeting starts at 2pm in:
All Saints Church
Carr House Drive
The next two meetings will be Wednesday September 14 2022 at 2pm, and Wednesday November 9 2022 at 2pm.
We are interested in hearing your views, so you can either send us your issue to be included in the meeting agenda or, if you feel you can support our aims, you're very welcome to come and see us.
Anyone wishing to attend can do so either in person or via Zoom. To request the Zoom link please email email@example.com
The building has wheelchair-friendly access and also has disabled facilities.
Durham City Access For All would like to thank the following Durham County Councillors for their support for this website: Liz Brown, Katie Corrigan, David Freeman, Amanda Hopgood, Eric Mavin and Richard Ormerod.