Make Way Day 2020 Friday 25th September 2020
Make way on the streets for people with a disability
Monaghan County Council will be supporting national Make Way Day 2020 on Friday 25th September 2020. Make Way Day is a campaign that brings the disability and wider community together to consider the needs of people with disabilities in the public spaces we all share.
To mark Make Way Day 2020 local authorities across the country will host virtual meetings on Friday, 25th September at 11.00am. Cathaoirleach of Monaghan County Council, Cllr. Colm Carthy will host the Monaghan virtual meeting. Cllr. Carthy will be joined by members of County Monaghan Disability Network and staff from Monaghan County Council who are involved in design and upgrading of our streetscapes and Monaghan Garda station will also join the meeting and document the issues highlighted by people with a view to improving accessibility for everyone.
You can get involved Make Way Day 2020 Friday, September 25th.
- Take pictures of the obstacles you encounter and post your pictures to social media.
- Include #MakeWayDay, tag Make Way Day, Disability Federation of Ireland and Monaghan County Council in your posts on Facebook.
- Include #MakeWayDay, tag @MakeWayDay, @disabilityfed and @MonaghanCoCo in your posts on Twitter
- Contact Bernie Bradley firstname.lastname@example.org 087 6443332 if there are any obstacles you would like to highlight to Monaghan County Council.