Take part in the Euan’s Guide Access Survey today!

We are delighted to be working with the award-winning disabled access charity Euan’s Guide for a third year to give you the opportunity to share your views on disabled access. Keep reading to learn more about the 2023 survey and share your views on accessibility.


Now in its ninth year, the Euan’s Guide Access Survey is the largest and longest-running survey of its kind. It provides a picture of disabled access in the UK, looking at whether accessibility is getting better or worse compared to previous years. Taking part is a great way to have your voice heard and make a positive difference to disabled people’s lives.

The 2023 survey topics include disabled access in general at all types of venues, from pubs to castles and stations, as well as the essential matter of accessible toilets and parking. This year’s survey covers the cost-of-living crisis for a second year. Have your say at www.EuansGuide.com/AccessSurvey

Last year’s survey received national press coverage including The Guardian, The Huffington Post, and The Independent to name a few. Euan’s Guide, their volunteers, and their work have been featured across news media including Channel 5, Good Morning Britain, STV, and BBC Radio.

By taking part in the 2023 Access Survey your voice will be heard. Together we can make a difference to the lives of disabled people, and we can continue to work on improving disabled access at venues across the UK and beyond.

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What is Euan’s Guide?

Euan’s Guide is the award-winning disabled access charity best known for EuansGuide.com, the disabled access review website. The website holds thousands of disabled access reviews, written by disabled people and their friends, and is an invaluable tool for many disabled people. Euan’s Guide also make tens of thousands of accessible toilets safer through the Red Cord Card scheme, as well as running the UK’s largest and longest-running Access Survey with the support of Motability Operations.

The founder of Euan’s Guide, Euan MacDonald, is keen to hear from disabled people. He said:

 “Our Access Survey is extremely important in establishing how disabled people, their families, friends and carers feel about disabled access through their own lived experiences, and how the cost of living crisis is disproportionately affecting disabled people.

“We’re delighted to be working with Motability Operations for a third year to amplify the voices and experiences of disabled people. It’s vital that anyone who has had to consider disabled access makes their voice heard by taking our Access Survey, so we can work together to make a difference.”

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