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Weeks of Action 2015 Round-up

This year’s Weeks of Action campaign proved to be a huge success with a range of activities taking place around England and Wales celebrating the theme of ‘Access and Inclusion’.

Between 18th April and 3rd May, many clubs and disabled supporters associations marked this year’s campaign in style by showcasing the work that they do in partnership with their disabled supporters, as well as featuring LPF in matchday programmes and feature stories.

In addition to this, many organisations also backed this year’s Weeks of Action on social media, and our Thunderclap initiative alone reached almost 200,000 people. We also had some high profile supporters from the world of sport who got behind the campaign which contributed to making 2015 the most successful Weeks of Action to date.

Here are just a few of the activities put on to mark Weeks of Action 2015:

Wrexham to install state of the art viewing platform for wheelchair users

Joe Ayton’s Matchday Experience

Sheffield United and Bradford City fans join forces to mark Weeks of Action

Tottenham Hotspur celebrate Weeks of Action 2015

Crawley Town celebrate Weeks of Action 2015

Manchester City celebrate Weeks of Action 2015 in style

Watch 3 short films as Luton Town mark Weeks of Action 2015

Portsmouth DSA celebrate Weeks of Action 2015

Barnsley celebrate Weeks of Action 2015

Newport County launch Disabled Supporters Association

MK Dons fifth ‘Ability Counts’ day a big success


Level Playing Field wishes to thank everyone who contributed to making this year’s Weeks of Action such a success.