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Glasgow Queen Street: temporary changes

From 18th March, some changes to Dundas Street entrance are needed as part of the station's redevelopment. Pedestrian and vehicle access on North Hanover Street will also be temporarily restricted . Further details of these changes on our Glasgow Queen Street page.

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If you answered Yes to any of the above, then it's for you.

OUR MISSION

Every Public Venue Shall Have A Text Guide Which Explains:

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Contact Details

Founder

Terry Robinson B.Sc

Coordinator

Bim Egan B Sc

Address:
5 Crow Hall Estate, Downham Market, Norfolk, PE38 0DG
Email:
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Phone:
01223 96 87 96
Mobile: 0779 55 33 401

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Useful Links

Join VITRANSUK

This group is for the information exchange and discussion of all aspects of using all land-based, air-based and water-based modes of public transport including taxis and minicabs, in the UK and abroad. The discussion of wider mobility issues including technical aids i.e. smart phones and GPS systems is also welcome.

The group is primarily, but not exclusively aimed at all those who have reduced mobility for whatever reason and has a particular emphasis on those who have a visual impairment.

Join us by sending a blank message to transaccessimobile+subscribe@groups.io

Join the British Computer Association of the Blind (BCAB)

A lively community of blind and partially-sighted people who need or can give help on computer and technology related issues. The BCAB web site contains a mass of useful information and the opportunity to join the community.

Modify Text Sizes, Colour and Layout

Stylesheets for low vision: intended for people with some useful sight, but who need the size, layout and colour of text to be changed. This is a quick way of making various Web browsers more cooperative.

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