Make Dublin City Accessible to all

Lord Mayor of Dublin, Brendan Carr is launching an initiative to help improve access in and around the City and he needs people who feel that access in Dublin city is an issue to get involved.

People with disabilities who live, work, study or socialise in the city are invited to attend a workshop in the Mansion House on Friday, 27th January.

This workshop is being facilitated by the Disability Federation Ireland (DFI) and the event aims to identify key areas for improvement and propose solutions to common accessibility issues.

This 'Make Dublin City Accessible to all' workshop in the Mansion House on Dawson Street on Friday, 27th January from 11am to 1pm, and light refreshments will be provided.

If you are interested in getting involved, you will need to register as places are limited.

For more information and to register, contact Laura English, Disability Federation Ireland by email: or phone her on 086 820 6736/ 01 454 7978.

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  • commented 2017-06-03 12:49:06 +0100
    With many of the tourist sights in close proximity, Dublin Ireland tours allow disabled visitors to easily see and hear about the fascinating history of this city and country. Tours visit several of the top attractions including Trinity College, Old Parliament House, Dublin Castle, Wood Quay, Christ Church Cathedral, and Temple Bar. Tour routes are step-free and can be booked any day of the week. Because these are private tours, you can move at a pace that is comfortable to you.

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