Martin looking pensive


As an outdoor enthusiast and wheelchair user, I come across various issues in access to the countryside and towns as well as rural villages,

Through the Norwich Access Group and Norfolk Trails, I get involved in helping to improve and advice in making the countryside easier to access.

If you are planning a new business and would like assistance in making your venue/service more accessible, please get in touch

“Access to Services

It is unlawful for service providers to treat you less favourably because of your disability. A service provider must make ‘reasonable adjustments’ for you, such as giving you extra help or changing the way they provide their services.

A service includes:
· going to a restaurant
· going shopping for clothes or food
· using the local library
· going to church or visiting your solicitor or doctor.

Equality Act 2010”

Groups and Positions

  • Norwich Access Group – Co Chair/Secretary
  • Norwich Independent Living Group – Chair
  • Equal Lives – Trustee
  • Making it Real – Member
  • Norfolk Rail Access Group – Chair
  • Norfolk Disability Pride Organising committee – Chair
  • Direct Payment Support Services – Member