The Blue Badge Access Awards are featured in the Times 30th April by Elizabeth Mistry: HOSPITALITY Blue Badge Access Awards: the 2022 winners revealed From the Great Scotland Yard Hotel to Shangri-La The Shard, these are the hotels, bars and restaurants setting the standard for accessible travel Warwick Castle won the award for best venue…

The Blue Badge Access Awards Happened last week and one key award deserves recognition – The Worst Accessible Toilet………. Before we go into that we should mention the nominees and winner of the HEWI Award for Best Accessible Toilet. The nominees were, 8 Bar, The Londoner, Marsham Court Hotel, Bournemouth, Tate, Liverpool, Salvation Bar, Hotel Brooklyn,…

UK’s most inclusive venues, organisations and individuals celebrated at prestigious awards ceremony April 28. 2022: A global initiative that champions stylish inclusivity in hotels, organisations and hospitality venues has announced the winners of its leading accessibility awards at an exclusive ceremony in Manchester. The Blue Badge Access Awards, (BBAAs), which promotes exceptional venues comprising thoughtful,…

The Blue Badge Access Awards are back after our last outing in 2019. We want to inspire architects, designers, staff and proprietors to reach higher standards, creating exceptional venues that make everyone a ‘first class citizen’ with thoughtful, design-led accessibility. The final for 2022/23 is on 28th April 2022 at award winning Hotel Brooklyn, Manchester…

Remember this debate well nothing has changed since it was first published in 2012……shocking that in 21st century there are still places quoting this reason for no accessibility or toilets for disabled people. Contact us if you’ve experienced this! We will present to government ………………………………………… April 2, 2012: Having researched disabled facilities at restaurants and…

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