Championing Access for All
Isle Access is committed to encouraging and promoting greater accessibility & inclusion for people on the Isle of Wight.
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Isle Access is a user led charity committed to encouraging and promoting greater accessibility and inclusion for people on the Isle of Wight. We work with the tourist industry and local government. Our website is a useful resource for information about Island accessibility.
Good accessibility benefits all visitors whether they are young, old, those with pushchairs, wheelchairs, assistance dogs, learning difficulties or temporary health conditions.
Disabled Access Day 2019
Saturday March 16th was Disabled Access Day and the Island held celebrations to mark the day for the first time. Despite the wind and rain there were some very successful events. Hovertravel held a Try Before You Fly event at both their terminals in Ryde and Southsea. People were impressed with the service and the
GREAT NEWS! We’ve just been paid! Thank you to all our supporters for helping us to raise £58.58 in FREE donations for Isle Access – Isle of Wight. Remember to keep shopping via #easyfundraising when doing all your #BlackFriday and #Xmas shopping. To find out more, visit https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/paid
Never forget to raise funds for Isle Access – Isle of Wight with the #easyfundraising Donation Reminder. It reminds you when a website you’re visiting offers a free donation. With over 3,500 retailers on #easyfundraising including Argos, Amazon, eBay, John Lewis, Very, ASOS, Boden – it’s impossible to remember them all, so make sure we
Isle Access is holding a free accessible cycling event on September 8th from 10am till 3pm at Seaclose, Newport by the netball courts. You will be able to find us at our gazebo. We would love to see anyone who wishes to try out the vast array of adapted bikes from the New Forrest . There
Having good access to businesses, transport, venues, accommodation and public spaces is not just important for disabled people, businesses benefit too. In these two videos you can here why good access is a good business decision
Yesterday, the UK Government issues the statement below (see link), calling for the tourism industry to do more to cater for disabled people. Isle Access is happy to work with local businesses, organisations and local government to make the Isle of Wight more accessible and inclusive for disabled people. Unlike other mainland resorts, the Isle
Support Island Accessibility
Isle Access are extremely thankful to all of our volunteers, individuals that support us with fundraising and the members of our steering group. We are always looking for new people who can support our charity.