CredAble Nottingingham

Nottingham City Council has been given a top award for making its buildings more accessible to disabled people. Earlier this year eight leisure centres were inspected and awarded the CredAbility Verified Accessible Award by Nimbus – a disability and equality consultancy that is led and managed by disabled people. Now 11 further council buildings have […]

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Access Card discussed with City of Chiba Mayoral Delegation

November 8th, Disability Action Alliance (DAA) members met the City of Chiba Mayoral Delegation at the Japan Local Government Centre, London.  Chiba’s Mayor Yoshihito Kumagai is preparing to further the support for disabled people, at Chiba, host city local authority, in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Japan is under pressure to climb the […]

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The Purple Pound Explained at TedX

Earlier this year we were proud to be invited to stand on that famous red dot and give a TedX talk on the concept of the Purple Pound. You can watch the video of this below and see Martin explaining what it is, what its worth, and how businesses can be proactive about tapping into […]

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RUH Bath: Have your say

Have your say! A computerised parking payment system is being introduced at Bath’s Royal United Hospital in September, coinciding with the opening of a new 300-space car park. The automated number plate recognition (ANPR) system works by cameras capturing a car’s number plate when entering and leaving a car park. Drivers will pay by coin, […]

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Royal United

Nimbus is pleased to have been asked by Royal United Hospitals Bath to help them engage with disabled people on upcoming changes to their car parking.

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The Patron’s Lunch

Derbyshire based consultancy, Nimbus Disability, has been appointed to deliver all services relating to access for disabled people at what is being billed as ‘The world’s Biggest Street Party’ On Sunday June 12th 2016, The Mall in St James’s Park was transformed for its largest ever street party to celebrate The Queen’s patronage of over 600 […]

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Tedx: The Purple Pound

I was recently incredibly privileged to be asked to be involved in my local Tedx Event. I do a lot of public speaking but this one got me spooked! I had to condense 15 years of experience and a typical days worth of training into a single 10 minute session. Thats a lot of conceptual […]

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Nimbus welcomes Sally Blake as Lead Consultant

Nimbus Disability, one of the UK’s most prominent consultancy services for businesses working to improve delivery for disabled people, is pleased to welcome its newest Consultant; Sally Blake. Sally brings a vast wealth of experience from a corporate perspective of working with disabled customers, primarily from her previous role as Senior Disabled Access Coordinator with […]

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New Training Dates

Are you a business wanting to connect with disabled people and the Purple Pound? Are you a service provider unsure how to tailor your services for a disabled customer? Do you just want to get to know how to provide a good service to disabled people? This is your vital starting point Nimbus Disability is […]

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