Preston-based charity Disability Equality North West wants to speak to people with disabilities about their experiences during lockdown. A short anonymous survey is being used to gather Lancashire residents’ feedback […]4 months ago New project in Preston aims to offer support for vulnerable disabled people during the pandemic
If you’re living in Preston, are disabled, struggling during lockdown and need someone to talk to, then ‘Disability Equality’, a new project may be just what you are looking for. […]7 months ago ‘Concern’ as lack of public toilets in Preston city centre affects disabled people, families and more
As Preston city centre slowly comes back to life after lockdown, one key facility is missing – the public toilet. While toilets are available at Preston Market Hall and the […]1 year ago Disability Equality North West celebrate their 20th Birthday at Church Street
Disability Equality North West (DENW) are celebrating 20 years in their current base on Church Street in Preston. The centre have seen businesses open and close on the street while […]2 years ago Advertisement Advertisement This Preston firm is one of the most inclusive employers in the UK
The firm is based in Church Street Pic: Google A Preston firm has been ranked as one of the most inclusive employers in the UK. Disability Equality North West – […]4 years ago How this bear was saved from Preston’s mean streets
A drizzly Friday morning in Preston saw a teddy bear sat looking forlorn next to a line of bins. Disability Equality North West chief executive Mel Close was on her […]5 years ago Can you help Disability Equality North West celebrate 20 years in Preston?
A Preston charity that supports more than 5,500 disabled people a year is asking for help ahead of its 20th birthday. Disability Equality North West marks its 20th anniversary on […]5 years ago Preston disabled drivers to be charged for having a blue badge
Disabled drivers and passengers in Preston now face a charge for having a blue badge. Lancashire County Council stands to make £274,000 by introducing a £10 charge for the badges […]6 years ago Most Discussed