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© 2016-2017 Stafford & District Access Group (SDAG) All Rights Reserved
The Stafford & District Access Group
Charity 1082680 Constituted 21/6/1999 Supported by Stafford Borough Council
We are a group of volunteers supported by Stafford Borough Council. Our aim is to improve access for all, mothers with prams,
wheelchair users, those with walking problems and those with health problems which limit their activities. 
We raise awareness of the issues, make representations about access problems and campaign for improved provision
.
Events
We meet in the Borough Offices usually on the second Monday of alternate months.
Next meeting Monday November 13th 2017, 10.00 for 10.30 am.
AGM Monday June 04th 2018,
Meetings are chaired by the Mayor of Stafford.
Arrivals
Advice on arriving by train, bus,
taxi or on foot
Building Accessibility
Wheel chair and pushchair access into buildings can be awkward and sometimes dangerous
See more photo examples
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Our Privacy Policy Link      View the old Stafford Access Group Website PDF Link
 
 
If you are aware of any issues or you would like to submit a photo of a problem,
please phone 01785 600260 or use the contact form
and tick the "yes" action box if you would like Stafford & District Access Group to do this for you.

Survey Feedback
Accessibility News
Click on the buttons to find more information about facilities at locations within Stafford Borough.
These are still under developement as we gather information.
Facilities
The new Waterfront Car Park is now open and has disabled car parking facilities, although these are not free.
Lifts are available to all floors.
If you have any information which would benefit others,
please use the link below to inform us of the information you would like to share.
 
towards an accessible future
Opening doors

Charity 1082680 Constituted 21/6/1999
Supported by Stafford Borough Council
towards an accessible future
Opening doors

Charity 1082680 Constituted 21/6/1999
Supported by Stafford Borough Council
We are a group of volunteers supported by Stafford Borough Council. Our aim is to improve access for all, mothers with prams, wheelchair users, those with walking problems and those with health problems which limit their activities.  We raise awareness of the issues, make representations about access problems and campaign for improved provision.
About Us
Events
We meet in the Borough Offices usually on the second Monday of alternate months.
Next meeting Monday November 13th 2017, 10.00 for 10.30 am.
AGM Monday June 4th 2018,
Meetings are chaired by the Mayor of Stafford.
Issues
Facilities
Click on the buttons to find more information about facilities at locations within Stafford Borough.  These are still under developement as we gather information.
Feedback
Accessibility New
If you have any information which would benefit others,
please use the link below to inform us of the information you would like to share.
The new Waterfront Car Park is now open and has disabled car parking facilities, although these are not free.  Lifts are available to all floors.
Useful Links
Gov.uk  Access to and use of buildings: Approved Document M
Staffordshire Disabled Friendly Taxi & Private Hire
Visit this website by clicking
the link above
Shopping and Institutions
Near You
 
Book early, especially if you need help boarding the train
Stafford Borough Council
Home Adaptations
Changing Places is a campaign on behalf of people who cannot use standard accessible toilets
The National Key Scheme offers disabled people independent access to locked public toilets
We provide short-term loans of wheelchairs. We also provide commodes in some areas
Removing barriers,
enhancing lives
Visit Stafford Town Centre
Website
Disability Right UK
Website
Our Privacy Policy Link      View the old Stafford Access Group Website PDF Link


© 2016-2017 Stafford & District Access Group (SDAG) All Rights Reserved
The Stafford & District Access Group
Charity 1082680 Constituted 21/6/1999 Supported by Stafford Borough Council
Gov.uk  Access to and use of buildings: Approved Document M
Staffordshire Disabled Friendly Taxi & Private Hire
Visit this website by clicking
the link above
Shopping and Institutions
Near You
Book early, especially if you need help boarding the train
Stafford Borough Council
Home Adaptations
Changing Places is a campaign on behalf of people who cannot use standard accessible toilets
The National Key Scheme offers disabled people independent access to locked public toilets
We provide short-term loans of wheelchairs. We also provide commodes in some areas
Removing barriers,
enhancing lives
Visit Stafford Town Centre
Website
Disability Right UK
Website
About Us
We are a group of volunteers supported by Stafford Borough Council. Our aim is to improve access for all, mothers with prams,
wheelchair users, those with walking problems and those with health problems which limit their activities. 
We raise awareness of the issues, make representations about access problems and campaign for improved provision
.
We meet in the Borough Offices usually on the second Monday of alternate months.
Next meeting Monday November 13th 2017, 10.00 for 10.30 am.
AGM Monday June 4th 2018,
Meetings are chaired by the Mayor of Stafford.
Events
Issues
Facilities
Click on the buttons to find more information about facilities at locations within Stafford Borough.  These are still under developement as we gather information.
Feedback
Accessibility New
If you have any information which would benefit others,
please use the link below to inform us of the information you would like to share.
The new Waterfront Car Park is now open and has disabled car parking facilities, although these are not free.  Lifts are available to all floors.
Useful Links
Gov.uk  Access to and use of buildings: Approved Document M
Staffordshire Disabled Friendly Taxi & Private Hire
Visit this website by clicking
the link above
Shopping and Institutions
Near You
Book early, especially if you need help boarding the train
Visit Stafford Town Centre
Website
Removing barriers,
enhancing lives
Changing Places is a campaign on behalf of people who cannot use standard accessible toilets
The National Key Scheme offers disabled people independent access to locked public toilets
We provide short-term loans of wheelchairs. We also provide commodes in some areas
Disability Right UK
Website
Our Privacy Policy Link

View the old
Stafford Access Group Website
PDF Link


© 2016-2017
Stafford & District Access Group
(SDAG) All Rights Reserved
The Stafford &
District Access Group
Charity 1082680 Constituted
21/6/1999 Supported by
Stafford Borough Council
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Arrivals
Advice on arriving by train, bus,
taxi or on foot
See more photo examples
Building Accessibility
Wheel chair and pushchair access into buildings can be awkward and sometimes dangerous
See more photos examples
Toilet and changing facilities
There are growing numbers of accessible toilets...
Pavement Issues
Uneven paving and A boards are a particular problem for
those with poor eyesight.
See more photo examples
Shopping, Dining and Banking
Most banks have disabled access.
Shops and Restaurants vary in their facilities.
See more photo examples
Leisure Facilities
Accessibility to leisure centres, parks and community centres is very good but it is best to check.
See more photo examples
See more photos examples
There are growing numbers of accessible toilets, but many do not meet Part M building regulations. The only adult changing table is in Staffordshire Place
Toilet and changing facilities
Pavement Issues
Shopping, Dining and Banking
Leisure Facilities
Uneven paving and A boards are a particular problem for
those with poor eyesight.
Most banks have disabled access.
Shops and Restaurants vary in their facilities.
Accessibility to leisure centres, parks and community centres is very good but it is advisable to check.
Arrivals
Building Accessibility
Toilet and Changing facilities
Pavement Issues
Shopping, Dining and Banking
Leisure Facilities
Advice on arriving by train, bus,
taxi or on foot
See more photo examples
Wheel chair and pushchair access into buildings can be awkward...
See more photo examples
There are growing numbers of accessible toilets...
See more photo examples
Uneven paving and A boards are a particular problem for
those with poor eyesight.
See more photo examples
Most banks have disabled access.
Shops and Restaurants vary in their facilities.
Accessibility to leisure centres, parks and community centres is very good but it is advisable to check.
See more photo examples
See more photo examples
See more photo examples
 
towards an accessible future
Opening doors

Charity 1082680 Constituted 21/6/1999 Supported by Stafford Borough Council
The Stafford & District Access Group