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Disabled Access Guide, Accesiblity Reviews / Directory of Business Premises, Shops, Transport, Restaurants etc

We're here to help make the world more accessible and inclusive.

An online community giving disabled people a collective voice about accessibility and inclusion, sharing knowledge with businesses to improve facilities in shops, hotels, cinemas, football grounds - in fact almost everywhere!

  • Leaving feedback is easy
  • Everywhere you go
  • Your views matter

How you can make a difference

Disabled person with a stick
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A visit to a coffee shop or the bank, for example

How accessible is the business
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How accessible are they?

Leave your feedback
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Leave feedback about your experience

Help others who can check before they go
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Help others who can check before they go

Latest business reviews

intu Chapelfield, 40-46 Saint Stephens Street, Norwich
"I found Chapelfield to be a bit of a mixed bag. Some cheery and clear signage made it feel very friendly and shows someone behind…"

Help to make the world a more accessible place

Our aim is to improve accessibility throughout the world and your experiences can help make that happen. This is more than just words - what you tell us will be passed onto businesses so they hear firsthand what their customers are saying.

Your feedback will help businesses make real changes to improve accessibility, as well as making sure they meet their legal obligations.

Together we can make a real difference to people’s lives.

82%

of people have stopped doing business with a company due to a bad experience - so now more and more businesses want to hear what their customers are saying.

There are over 12 million disabled people in the UK. That means almost 1 in 5 of us have a disability.

2.7 Million

It is estimated that almost 4 million people should be wearing hearing aids now and another 2.7 million people could benefit from wearing one.