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Disabled Access Day


Disabled Access Day is this weekend from 10-12th March 2017.  We now have nearly 50 venues signed up to take part

Click here to see who is taking part

Click here to see taxi companies that have completed disability awareness training and have accessible vehicles 

The aim of the weekend is for disabled people to try a new venue and for businesses to promote their accessibility.

Promote your business

If you would like your business to take part then please fill in the form below or contact us on and we will provide you with a pack to take part. 

Accessible Venue Awards

Our members have decided on the nominations for our 2 annual awards, Most Accessible Venue and Most Improved Access.

Click here to vote for your favourite venue

Click on the venues below to see their Disabled Go reviews


Most Accessible Venues

The Wheel Inn

Mustard Seed

Gloagburn Farm Shop

Willows coffee shop

BB’s Coffee and Muffins

Most Improved Access

Shop Mobility – Review coming soon

2 High Street – Review coming soon

Cafe Central

Kinears – Review coming soon

St Matthew’s Church – review coming soon




If you would like to be kept up to date with disabled access day events in Perth and Kinross then please complete the form below.

Disabled Access Day







CILPK hosted Disabled Access Day on Saturday 12th March 2016.  The aim of the day was for disabled people to try something new and feedback their experience to us.  We had a stand in the St John’s Centre where over 20 businesses plus all of the Live Active Leisure sites had donated vouchers for free tea/coffee or free entrance into the facility so that disabled people could try these venues.  This was a great success with over 20 reviews of premises being completed.  This feedback will be shared with the premises and we will work with them to make any changes required to improve accessibility.  We will also add the reviews to Euans guide so that others can see the feedback.

We would like to thank all the businesses below who took part in the day

Bothy, The Salutation Hotel, Broth3rs, The Old Ship Inn, Brown and Blacks, Glovers Arms, Willows, Howies Bistro, Cafe Blend, Twa Tams, Caffe CoCo, Costa Coffee – Retail Park, Mustard Seed, Scone Palace, Tabla, Wetherspoons, Scone Palace, The Sandeman, Art Gems, Perth Museum and Art Gallery, Live Active Leisure Centres, Starbucks, Costa Coffee – High Street



 “Living with a Disability for the Day”

CILPK staff and one of the Chairman’s PA’s lived with a disability for the day on Saturday.  Gillian, CILPK manager was in a wheelchair, Mel, CILPK admin assistant was in an electric scooter and Sorrell was on crutches.

You can read what they had to say about the day by clicking on the names below:

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Gillian                                                              Mel                                                              Sorrell 




Accessible Venues

We also had two awards which people could vote for which were for the most accessible venue in the area and the most improved access.

Nominations were decided by the members of CILPK and included:

Most accessible venue: Concert Hall, Twa Tams, Clintons, Costa Coffee(retail park) and Mustard seed.

Most Improved Access: Perth Museum and Art Gallery, Lloyds TSB – Blairgowrie, St Johnstone Football Club, Balhousie Castle and RBS Kinross.

There were over 300 votes with the winners being

Twa Tams and Perth museum and art gallery

 Twa Tams awarded Trophy


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