Newcastle City Council

Newcastle City Council
Civic Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
NE99 2BN

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Newcastle City Council is committed to promoting disability equality. We hope that the information provided within this guide will promote inclusion and make our City accessible to all.

Newcastle upon Tyne is the regional capital of the North East of England and a major cultural centre. It is home to around 260,000 people and is visited by many more, who come to work, study, shop and relax.

This access guide covers venues across the city from restaurants to libraries and museums to retailers. Initiatives such as DisabledGo play a crucial role in improving access not only to council services but also to the wide range of shopping, business, community and leisure opportunities available across the city.

The information provided within the guide will enable disabled people who live in and visit the City to make informed choices about Newcastle's facilities and go out and about in the city with confidence.

On behalf of Newcastle City Council I hope you find this guide useful and enjoy the time that you spend in Newcastle.

Please click here for The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust access guide.

Please click here for the Newcastle College DisabledGo access guide.

Please click here for the Newcastle Sixth Form College DisabledGo access guide.

Councillor McCarty

Deputy Leader of Newcastle City Council and Portfolio holder for Equality

We are proud to be working with Friends Action North East who provide information for people with Learning Disabilities in the Newcastle area.