Black Country Living Museum – Disabled Access day
On Saturday 11 March, Black Country Living Museum are hosting their first Disabled Access Day.
Join them in the visitor centre to explore the information market place, talk to local service providers and enjoy a range of performances.
Disabled Access Day aims to encourage people to explore new places and gain new experiences at venues they may not have visited before. It’s also an opportunity to showcase the Museum’s accessibility and gain your input into the work that they are doing.
The programme of activities and performances will include local children’s choir Sign 2 Sing, specialist talks, dance and music performances.
You can also speak to a range of stall holders who can give you information about local services, including Mindful Gifts – a specialist retailer selling items from bygone years for people living with Dementia.
All activities will take place in the visitor reception area throughout the day from 10am until 4pm.
Everyone is welcome to attend so please bring along your friends and family.
Please note that Disabled Access Day activities are free of charge but normal admission prices will apply if you wish to visit the Museum.
Source: Dudley Carer’s Network