Accessibility in Ireland

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Accessibility in Ireland

Postby gymbuff » Fri Aug 02, 2013 12:45 am

I just got this link https://www.arthurguinnessprojects.com/food/able-2-access-ireland with details of a great initiative about accessibility in Ireland. The website will be called able2accessireland when it comes live. It requires votes so please log in and vote. If a website like the proposed one works on a small scale it will have tremendous potential for all people with disabilities far and wide. You can vote once a day every day until August 23. It won't cost you dime just a few minutes of your time. Thanks for your time in reading this and TIA for voting. :-D
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Re: Accessibility in Ireland

Postby gymbuff » Sun Aug 04, 2013 12:51 am

Thanks to all who vote for this project. The website really is a great idea and could spread. Wouldn't you like to look at the venues and facilities in a place before you visit? I know that I would. Please vote and spread the word among family and friends and on any other sites you can think of. PLEASE! :-D
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Re: Accessibility in Ireland

Postby gymbuff » Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:33 am

Thanks to all who voted and spread the word. There are 160+ views and no comments. Do people think that the idea is a good one or bad. If bad why? I'd love to know. I realise that it is only Ireland at the moment but could it have global appeal? I'd love to read your comments. PM if you prefer not to go public.

This is the link, please use it. https://www.arthurguinnessprojects.com/ ... ss-ireland

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