Is this parking considerate?

Is this parking considerate?

Is this parking considerate? As you know last year we launched our Considerate Parking Campaign to look at inappropriate parking on drop kerbs and other access points. When walking back from our office yesterday we noticed this on Depot Road in Aberdare where the Little Theatre used to be.  Parking

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Sign With Us

Sign With Us

Sign With Us Why should people with disabilities be worried about the closure of the Job Centre Plus at Mountain Ash in the Cynon Valley? In the first place it’s yet another example of the uncaring attitude of this Conservative Government, as they slash public services and, yet again –

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Taxi Anyone?

Taxi Anyone?

Taxi Anyone? I was pleased to have met with Lee Morgan and Mathew Dando from RCT Taxi Licensing to discuss accessible taxi provision in Rhondda Cynon Taff, specifically the Cynon Valley.  Wheelchair accessible transport has long been difficult in the Cynon Valley and it was great to find out that

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Improving Access to Tudor Terrace

If you have received one of these letters through your door then you must live in or around Tudor Terrace in Aberdare.  We are campaigning to improve the road between the bridge and Tesco and are writing to residents for their input.  We’ve had a great response so far but

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Dropped Kerbs: The Facts

Dropped Kerbs: The Facts There are three main types of dropped kerbs, as demonstrated in the images below. It is illegal to obstruct any of these dropped kerbs. Doing so could result in a £70 fine. It is up to the local authorities to issue these fines. Since 2008, you

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