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Bristol City Council has launched an initiative called A Sense of Culture to help people with sight loss and deafblind people find out more about the city’s cultural facilities, and to learn how it can further improve its services.

On 16 June, the first of two bus tours for blind, partially-sighted and deafblind clients of Bristol RNIB took in Bristol Record Office, the City Museum and Art Gallery and Colston Hall.

Councillor Simon Cook, executive members for leisure services, said: “Many deafblind people or those living with sight loss don’t use our cultural services because they don’t know how to get there, or even if they’ll be able to access the buildings when they arrive.

“We already have a range of measures in place to make access to culture in Bristol easier, but we know more could be done. By organising these tours, we hope to learn how we can encourage and promote more visits by people with disabilities.”

The tours are organised in partnership with the Bristol RNIB, Guide Dogs for the Blind and City Sightseeing Bristol Bus tours.

The second tour will take place on 29 June and include visits to Central Library, the City Museum and Art Gallery, the Create Centre and the Ecohome. Details: www.bristol-city.gov.uk

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Bristol City Council has launched an initiative called A Sense of Culture to help people with sight loss and deafblind people find out more about the city’s cultural facilities, and to learn how it can further improve its services.
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