Purple Tuesday

Purple Tuesday and The Ramp People

Last updated on November 3rd, 2020 at 03:35 pm

The Ramp People are proud to support Purple Tuesday. We believe in fair access for everyone as well as open and easy wheelchair access.

The Equality Act 2010 means there are laws against discriminatory acts. However to improve accessibility is down to the individual businesses. Providing the most basic form of access such as ensuring someone can enter your business is a legal requirement. But additional equipment and considerations that could significantly help disabled people aren’t.

We are proud to help businesses as much as private customers to equip for improved disabled access. We have supplied to over 5000* Happy Customers, Stephen Hawking and Downing Street amongst them. Furthermore we have installed wheelchair ramps successfully at various spots all over the UK.

Accessibility for Everyone

Our team also continuously work to improve and extend our range so we can offer help with every access point possible.

For more information on how to make your business accessible please click here. Alternately you can also download a checklist guide here.

There are plenty of charities and government organisations around wheelchair accessibility. They can provide training and help you understand the equipment and processes you can put in place to ensure your business is as accessible as possible. Our service team is advising day-to-day the individual customers, disabled customers and charities which products can help to improve their mobility and where to get it. If we can help with a wheelchair ramp, we do so, for a fair affordable price and VAT exemption.

We are happy to announce that The Ramp People will honor this year’s Purple Tuesday. This year we offer 15% on all of our Wheelchair Ramps the whole week around Purple Tuesday: From the 2nd November to the 6th November 2020! Simply use the PURPLETUESDAY discount code in the checkout. 

Our friendly sales team is happy to help, by email, phone and chat with your requirements and advise you for the best suitable options. 

For additional help please also use our wheelchair guide

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