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Cork Access Group presented with Centenary Award

disability-photo-1 The Cork Access Group is the voice of people with disabilities in Cork relative to their access needs. The Group has ongoing discussions and meetings with Bus Eireann, Irish Rail and Cork Airport Authority to promote the disability agenda in the area of public transport. In addition the group meets regularly with Cork City Council engineers, to ensure that the disability perspective is to the forefront in all development work carried out in our city.

Customer Survey

 

ccplogoftHi all, Cork City Partnership have always welcomed feedback from the public on our services and with this in mind, we have designed a short questionnaire in the hope that you might take a few minutes to fill it out and tell us what you think.
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1d7f0OWF7RqIU8AMTPgF7pgOwmDyd-cgKmFEXazKB8Bs/viewform?usp=send_form

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Members of Cork Access Group attend Civic Reception

Cork Access Group works to improve the built environment for people with disabilities in Cork. The Access Group meets regularly with Cork City Council engineers to ensure the disability perspective is to the forefront in all development work carried out in Cork. In recognition of the contribution made on an ongoing basis by the Cork Access Group, Lord Mayor Catherine Clancy invited the members to a civic reception in City Hall recently. Irene Murphy as a longstanding member of Cork Access Group is pictured giving the Lord Mayor a floral bouquet to mark the occasion.

Irene Murphy and Lord Mayor

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Catherine Clancy