'Everyone should have equal access'
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'More to do' on high street disabled access in Wales

Not enough progress has been made to improve disabled access to Welsh high streets, a charity has said.

Disability Wales told Good Morning Wales there has been some improvement in the seven years since its Streets Ahead report but more needs to be done, more quickly.

The 2008 survey found problems with communication, attitude and access to shops and public spaces.

The Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA) said improvements had been made.

Rhian Davies, of Disability Wales, said "everyone should have equal access" to high streets.

  • 09 Dec 2016
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