More Co-operative stores around Aylesbury Vale join the Fair4All Card scheme to make shopping easier for disabled people Gavin Pledge, Co-op Stores Regional Manager and staff from Co-op stores in Mandeville Road & Orwell Drive, Aylesbury, Fairford Leys and Stone joined BuDS staff and volunteers (Andrew Clark, Janneke Elford, Freya Clark & Chris Rowan) to mark the occasion.
Having received feedback from some of our cardholders, we’ve updated the adjustments we have on offer to people who have a learning disability, mental health condition or autism. Although these are the ones we’ve thought of, if you need something else, you can always add your own suggestions to your application form at https://fair4all.org.uk/apply-for-a-card/ We […]
We’ve had quite a few comments and emails recently asking about what the Fair4All Card actually is, so today’s post is going to be a bit of a longer one to try to answer these questions.
The Fair4All Card Scheme team have put together a video explaining what the scheme is and how it can help disabled people in Buckinghamshire.
See the progress we have made this month in today’s post!
We have designed a flyer for card holders to use and print out that asks the shops, services and organisations that they visit to support the Fair4All Card Scheme.
On the 20th July, BuDS volunteers met with staff at Asda to commemorate Asda becoming our second Fair4All Card Scheme Partner.
On the 12th July, we announced that Waitrose, Aylesbury became the first shop in Aylesbury to join the Fair4All Card Scheme. This comes after us meeting with them on the 24th June to welcome them to the scheme.
We have a number of resources available for our Fair4All Card Partners.
In a new series of videos, we are talking to people who are eligible for the Fair4All Card about how it will help them. In the first videos, we talked to Ollie and Louise about how the Fair4All Card could help them during Covid as an autistic person and as a carer. Covering topics like […]