Did you know that Burnham has an Access Group? The group works for the village to make it more accessible for everyone.
Burnham Access Group actively works with, and on behalf of people with disabilities, to promote access and mobility for all in the Burnham area. Examples of their work include campaigning for improvements to local road crossings, installation of dropped kerbs and improved access to local shops and businesses.
They also have a range of equipment for children to use to see what it's like & understand some of the problems faced by disabled people.
BAG have also created a guide. The first part contains general information about many local services and facilities, the second section contains details of accessible walks and in the third section you will find detailed information about the accessibility of places of worship, schools, shops, hotels and restaurants etc in Burnham and Taplow. Printed copies are available free of charge from Burnham Village Information Point.
If you have any form of disability, are a carer or have a general interest in improving access for all, then why not join one of their meetings or become a member. Find out more information here.
Burnham Access Group is a subcommittee of Burnham Community Association