Access at Witley Court - Case Study

Access at Witley Court was a consultation project with groups of disabled people which sought to understand how English Heritage might enhance visitor experience and improve access for all at Witley Court in Worcestershire. The project was facilitated by the West Midlands Disability Arts Forum.

The CD ROM offers a practical case study and methodology on consulting disabled people, and provides a wealth of recommendations from disabled people on how to improve access at Witley Court and heritage site in general. 

The CD Rom features short films made during the on-site consultation, print versions of film transcripts, built-in speech technology and written reports on the case study.  The CD ROM has been designed to be accessible to as many users as possible in consultation with VEET Deaf Centre and Staffordshire Blind.

You will be able to download this case study from our website shortly.


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