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Accessible breaks, activities and day trips

As anyone with a disability or their carer will know, planning an outing requires forward planning. Checking whether the destination is accessible for disabled people, whether it can cater to specific dietary requirements, and planning how you will travel all needs to be done in…

Alzheimer's Society - Driving & Dementia

Someone who is diagnosed with dementia may be able to continue driving for some time. However, they must fulfil certain legal requirements. As the person's dementia progresses, they will reach a point where they can no longer drive safely and must stop driving. Many people find this very…

Blue Badge Parking Permit

The Blue Badge Scheme is a national arrangement of parking concessions for people with disabilities who travel either as drivers or passengers. The scheme also applies to people who are registered blind or severely sight impaired and people with very severe disabilities in both arms…

Bus service timetables

Information about local bus services in Cheshire West and Chester can be found on this page. Timetables are listed in numerical order. Local bus service information is also available in printed format and can be requested below. Click on the links find more information on…

Car Parks in Cheshire West & Chester

Cheshire West and Chester Council owns and operates a number of car parks across West Cheshire.  Four hours free parking for blue badge holders applies to all paid for car parks, except for Market Car Park and Delamere Street. Click on the link to find out more …

Care and Support - The Care Act 2014

The Care Act From April 2015, changes took effect to care and support in England. The Care Act will help to make care and support more consistent across the country. Care and support 'Care and support' is the term used to describe the help some…

Change - Communication Card

In England, people with a sensory impairment and/or learning disability, as well as parents and carers, now have new rights to accessible information and communication support when using health and social care services. The Accessible Information Standard says that all publicly funded adult social care…

Changing places

Changing Places Changing Lives Thousands of people need Changing Places toilets to enable them to get out and about and enjoy the day-to-day activities many of us take for granted. The Changing Places Consortium launched its campaign in 2006 on behalf of the 1/4 of…

Cheshire West & Chester Council - Chester City Centre Access: A guide for disabled people

The Council has produced a City Centre Access Guide leaflet that provides useful information to visitors with disabilities. The leaflet is also available in paper format from the Visitor Information Centre (Town Hall), DIAL House Disability Rights Centre and Shopmobility or via the links below.…

Cheshire West and Chester - Care and Support Directory 2019/20

The aim of this Directory is to support the implementation of the Care Act by providing Cheshire West and Chester residents with details of activities and services which are locally available to meet their social care needs. These might include extra care housing and domiciliary…
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