I went to Leeds City Museum with my friend Colin McDonnell to meet Paul Ralph (pictured centre), founder of Disabled Access Day.
We introduced ourselves to him after his very interesting talk on disabled access and why he wanted to come to Leeds. He heard about this website (www.accessibleleeds.com) and he wanted to come to meet me.
He followed us round all day in the museum because he wanted to talk to us about our experience of accessibility in Leeds and what we do at AccessibleLeeds.
A highlight of the day for me was seeing the efforts some sports are doing to become more disabled friendly and inclusive.
When we got there we said we better quickly meet Paul before he opens the day. He talked about what gave him the idea to start Disabled Access Day. It is a very similar story how I found AccessibleLeeds.
I loved meeting Paul and the day went smoothly.
I can't wait for next year's Disabled Access Day. I hope we will be doing something else for it and I will be doing more blogs.