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Directors Vicky and Angela have experience and knowledge and a good feel of what is required in the county of Herefordshire to increase overall accessibility for all. They launched the Community Interest Company in Spring 2022. Accessible Herefordshire CIC Company Number 13963438

In the next couple  of years, our focus is on creating a vibrant and welcoming environment in Herefordshire that benefits businesses, visitors, and communities alike. We're committed to highlighting the diverse range of attractions and opportunities available in our region, showcasing the best of what Herefordshire has to offer.

Through our efforts, we aim to cultivate a sense of positivity and enthusiasm within the community, fostering pride in our local heritage and resources. We're dedicated to providing a warm welcome to businesses, visitors, and residents alike, creating an inclusive and supportive environment where everyone feels valued and appreciated.

Our vision is not just about promoting Herefordshire as a destination but also about nurturing sustainable growth and prosperity for the region. By leveraging our collective strengths and resources, we aspire to enhance the quality of life for all who call Herefordshire home, while also attracting new opportunities and investments that benefit our economy and community.

Together, we can build a brighter future for Herefordshire—one filled with optimism, collaboration, and endless possibilities.

Vicky Nicolson-James has first hand experience of poor accessibility information in Herefordshire. Vicky has a profoundly disabled daughter and has campaigned tirelessly in the county for better accessible information, accessible play equipment, inclusive language, and a more understanding welcome to those with disabilities from businesses and organisations in Herefordshire.


Angela Martin has worked for many years promoting inclusion and accessibility as a friend, ally, cartoonist, project manager, youth worker and mentor working with Kreative Kidz Telford, DASH, Allinteractive Inclusion in Herefordshire, and currently an Access Support Worker with Arts Council England.

Clem and Lucy Nicolson-James work with us from time to time.

Lisa Woakes, Volunteer

We welcome volunteers and, when funding permits, offer paid work for advisors, trail-makers and administrative support. Contact us if you would like to get involved.

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