Mostac­ces­si­ble venues make award­short­list

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The hunt is on to find the most ac­ces­si­ble venue in Perth and Kin­ross.

The Cen­tre for In­clu­sive Liv­ing Perth and Kin­ross has re­cently pro­duced a short­list of venues from across the re­gion that are the most ac­ces­si­ble and ac­com­mo­dat­ing.

A num­ber of Perth’s most pop­u­lar cafes are on the list, in­clud­ing Wil­lows Cof­fee Shop and Sub Rosa Cafe out­side St John’s Kirk, The Lite Bite on Skin­ner­gate and The Mus­tard Seed in­side the Na­tional Chris­tian Outreach Cen­tre on Riggs Road.

McDiarmid Park is lead­ing the way as the largest venue on the short­listed nom­i­na­tions.

And out­side the Fair City, The Green Park Ho­tel in Pit­lochry is look­ing to scoop the top award.

The list was pro­duced based on venues that dis­abled peo­ple in Perth and Kin­ross find the most ac­ces­si­ble.

They were also judged on how help­ful and ac­com­mo­dat­ing the staff are, the ser­vices pro­vided and the venue’s lay­out.

Res­i­dents can vote for the most ac­ces­si­ble venue on­line at www. sur­vey­mon­key.co.uk/r/SLBBQZT

The win­ner will be an­nounced at the Cen­tre for In­clu­sive Liv­ing’s AGM on Wednes­day, Au­gust 8.

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