Gifts inspired by Wordsworth
Lake District Notelets - Emma Ball
As an organisation, the Wordsworth Trust is striving to put people at the centre of museums - on both an intellectual and physical level.
We are committed to ensuring that as many people have the opportunity to visit and enjoy the museums and galleries as possible.
Our aim is to create a user-friendly environment which is relevant to the needs of the visitor and one which provides freedom of choice. The approach taken is much wider than simply providing facilities for disabled people. Access is for all visitors. The Wordsworth Trust adopts the social definition of disability, namely, that people are disabled by the environment in which they have to operate, rather than by their own physical or intellectual limitations. We are also committed to addressing the needs and raising the aspirations of people who are economically or socially disadvantaged.
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