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Meeting with Tony McEwan

Refrewshire_0Meeting with Head of Schools in Renfrewshire to discuss Access in Education


Renfrewshire Access Panel AGM 9th May 2016

Our Agm was held on Monday at the Disability Resource Centre. We would like to thank everyone who attended.rap amended logo

All office bearers were re-electected and  are as follows

Chairperson Stephen  Cruickshank
Vice-chairperson  John Thomas
Treasurer Pamela Byars
Secretary Morven Cruickshank


The committee are looking forward to an exciting year ahead

Free RNIB Training

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Changes to Glasgow-Kilmarnock Train services

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Due to issues on the West Coast Main Line at Lamington viaduct, there will be changes to ScotRail’s Glasgow to Kilmarnock services from Monday 11th January until further notice.ScotRail Logo

The following ScotRail Mon-Sat services from Glasgow to Kilmarnock will be replaced by bus, calling at all intermediate stops: 0942, 1042, 1142, 1342, 1442, 1542, 1842, 1933.

The following ScotRail Mon-Sat services from Kilmarnock to Glasgow be replaced by bus, calling at all intermediate stops: 0927, 1027, 1127, 1227, 1427, 1527, 1627, 1927, 2027.

ScotRail passengers going to/from Kilmarnock itself will instead be able to travel on Virgin Trains, which will temporarily link Glasgow and Carlisle, calling at Kilmarnock only.

The times for these Monday to Saturday services are as follows:

Glasgow Central dep 0822 0922 1022 1122 1222 1322 1422 1522 1622 1722
Kilmarnock arr 0856 0956 1056 1156 1256 1356 1456 1554 1656 1758


Kilmarnock dep 0931 1031 1131 1231 1431 1531 1631 2002 2033
Glasgow Central arr 1008 1108 1208 1308 1508 1608 1708 2036 2107

All other Glasgow-Kilmarnock trains will run as normal.

For details about ticket acceptance, please check your individual journey

ScotRail’s Glasgow to Dumfries services are unaffected.

ScotRail Passenger Assist Information

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All Please can you help us raise awareness as we approach the European Mobility Week

ScotRail Passenger Assistance Requests for assistance can be made by calling ScotRail Assisted Travel before you travel.

Assisted Travel Helpline: 0800 912 2901


Text phone (for the hard of hearing): 18001 0800 912 2901

You can:

  • arrange assistance to board / alight the train
  • reserve seats / dedicated wheelchair space
  • arrange onward travel / connecting services
  • arrange alternative transport
  • purchase travel tickets
  • check train times
  • check accessibility at stations / facilities on-board trains

Sainsburys (June)

Engage renfrewshire had advised us that Sainsburys management in Braehead had asked to meet the panel.

This is currently ongoing and we are trying to set up a meeting with them at the earliest convenience.

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