DISABILITY NEWS: September 26th is #MakeWayDay

26 September 2018
By Elaine Murphy
elaine@TheCork.ie

Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr Patrick Gerard Murphy in County Hall – himself a wheelchair user – wants to build greater public awareness of the obstacles people with disabilities encounter navigating the public spaces we all share.
Picture: David Keane.
Earlier this month stakeholders met in Cork County Hall.
Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr Patrick Gerard Murphy attended a launch of the first ever national Make Way Day. Front from left: Mags O’Connor, Irish Wheelchair Association, David Maddox and Breda O’Brien, both Castlemartyr Family Carers & Disability Support Group. Back from left: Aine O’Sullivan, Disability Federation of Ireland, Gerlene Kennedy, Enable Ireland, Siobhan Morgan, Cork County Council access officer, Tim Lucey, Cork County Council chief executive and Patrick Delany, Castlemartyr Family Carers & Disability Support Group.
Picture: David Keane.

Mayor of the County of Cork Cllr Patrick Gerard Murphy, also included are Tim Lucey, Cork County Council chief executive, Aine O’Sullivan, Disability Federation of Ireland, Siobhan Morgan, Cork County Council access officer, Nicola Radley and Padraig Barrett, both Cork County Council and members of Enable Ireland, The Irish Wheelchair Association and the Castlemartyr Family Carers & Disability Support Group.
Picture: David Keane.

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