Level Playing Field Project Coordinator Kieran Reynolds met with Bantams Do founder Kate Eveleigh on 14th July to discuss their achievements so far and plans for the new season.
Since it’s inception, Bantams Do have already began working with the club to provide a more accessible and inclusive experience for the clubs disabled supporters, which we featured earlier this month. This has included the installation of new alarms in all disabled toilets and the establishment of a new dedicated disabled area in North West corner. There will also be a specially trained steward in this area to support disabled fans. Bantams Do has also established links with other DSA’s in the area including Sheffield United DSA (SUDS) and Leeds United Disabled Organisation (LUDO).
They are now looking to build on this and are researching accessible venues and services in the area. The intention is to create a guide for visiting disabled fans which will improve their match day experience at Valley Parade. If you would like to contribute to this please email Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working Together Project coordinator Kieran Reynolds said: ‘I would like to congratulate the committee at Bantams Do for all of their achievements so far. It was great to talk to Kate about their plans for next season and I am sure that the DSA will continue to go from strength to strength”.