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The Campaign Group is a spin off from the activities that the Link Up Club organises.
If we consider that an access problem exists we enter into discussion with the management of the venue in question to see if reasonable adjustments can be made.
The group meets every Thursday at the Chester Skills Development Centre and is part of Scope's day service programme.
Participants discuss points of discrimination and access experienced by the Link-Up Club members on their leisure activities or in their every day individual lives within their own community. The members regularly go out on fieldwork in order to offer local businesses an access assessment service based on the Disability Rights Commission's October 2004 criteria.
It is hoped that the offer of this service will help local businesses to comply with the law and to improve access to all disabled people.
Furthermore, it should help to increase disability awareness and assuage any fears with regard to the employment of disabled people.

School Dance 2011

On Thursday 29th of March we put on a dance show at the Skills Development Centre. We invited schoolchildren from 3 schools in Blacon St Theresa’s Catholic Primary School, Blacon County Primary School and The Arches School. Altogether about 70 schoolchildren turned read more »

Election 2010 - 'Question Time'

On Thursday the 8th of April we held a Hustings event at the SDC. We invited Christine Russell (Labour) Stephen Mosley(Conservative) and Rob Jordan from the (Liberal Democrats) to be on the panel. The aim of the meeting was for service users to ask questions and get answers from the read more »

Campaigning Icons

With Project Icons our aim is to promote disability awareness by reproducing iconic images. It was great fun doing this and more images will be added soon. read more »

Cheshire Oaks changing rooms

We recently finished a survey on the clothes shops at Cheshire Oaks to see how many shops had disabled changing rooms. We found out of 84 shops, 31 were without changing rooms for disabled people. 21 shops, which had a larger room for wheelchair access, did not have read more »

A Letter To Chester Races

June 2008

Dear Mr Thomas

I am writing to let you know how disappointed we were in the facilities offered to people with disabilities in the reserved viewing area next to the VIP enclosure.

A group of members from our Link Up Club read more »