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The annual Sight Village was held late April in Edinburgh and Glasgow with many exhibitors including the S.D.S.A. and Rex Blind Parties secretaries. Picture shows Keith Ferguson and Billy Owen discussing with a visitor to their stall how audio commentary works.

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May 16, 2017

Pictures shows Keith Ferguson, S.D.S.A. Secretary discussing all aspects of accessibility with John Malcolm Safety Officer who is very keen to increase the numbers of disabled fans going along to Capplielow.New Chief Executive Warren Hawke also popped in to say hello and offer his support.


May 11, 2017

A number of improvements have taken place at the national stadium. The personal assistants seats in the wheelchair areas at the back of the East and West Stands were found to be badly positioned. This has now been rectified.Large print & braille menus now available at specific kiosks. Entrance route to the South Stand (west [...]


April 30, 2017

It might just seem a wee bit of paper but Heart of Midlothian fans were very impressed with the accessible car parking at a recent midweek fixture at McDiarmid Park. The new process was put in place by Beverley Mayer (St Johnstone Supporters Liasion Officer) who should rightly be congratulated for her efforts. DSA’s and [...]

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