Community Inclusion Project

Community Inclusion Project

Our Community Inclusion Project is a pioneering initiative established by Accessible Wales, South Wales premier Disability Consultancy. The Community Inclusion Project aims at improving the accessibility of community buildings in the project areas.

The dictionary definition of community:

A group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.

The dictionary definition of inclusion is:

The action or state of including or of being included within a group or structure.

Some of the community buildings we’d like to work with

Accessible Wales is undertaking the Community Inclusion Project because we believe in the value of “community”. We recognise that organisations may want to become more accessible and are aware of access issues disabled people may encounter but not know where to go for help, we can offer that support!

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To take part in the project you simply have to fill in a non-committal expression of interest form. Once the project commences each organisation will receive an access audit which will outline the current levels of accessibility to their building and suggest possible improvements that can be made. There is no obligation to make any alterations to your building as a result of this report; this is not legally binding. If you wish to make these changes, we can help!

Below are four examples of community buildings we’ve already helped.

Following on from that access audit the organisations will receive freevdisability related training for their staff/volunteers and staff/volunteers of the groups that use the building.

Each venue involved in this project will receive between £300 and £700 worth of access consultancy and training. To find out more get in touch using the details below, Principal Consultant Richard is more than happy to come and meet with any organisation, you can email him personally on or call 01685 810432.

Four of the community buildings who have already expressed an interest.

If you’d like to know more information you can download our leaflet here.  You can download a registration form here which can be filled in and emailed to

Community Inclusion Project News

Click on the news stories below to find out the latest news about the Community Inclusion Project

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