Pembrokeshire Access Group is an independent charity which aims to promote improved access to services and facilities for disabled people in the county.
The group encourages councils, developers and businesses to subscribe to the social model of disability and the principles of inclusive design so that everyone, including disabled people, can enjoy the same facilities equally.
Although Pembrokeshire Access Group receive generous support from Pembrokeshire County Council, it is an autonomous group with its own agenda. Since the group’s inception, members have introduced many initiatives into Pembrokeshire including the beach wheelchairs and the Pembrokeshire Passport.
The group currently meets on the second Thursday of every month (except August). Meetings are usually held at County Hall from 1:30pm and new members are always welcome.
Telephone (Jessica Hatchett-PAG Access Officer): 01437 775148