Over the next 5-years the National Paralympic Heritage Trust (NPHT) will continue to build national and international recognition for its early Paralympic Heritage collections and expertise alongside the development of its innovative digital and virtual content, and accessibility as a small museum with a big reach. You can read more in our summarised strategy here.
We are committed to broadening accessibility across all our work to ensure that people who want to engage can do so in a meaningful way. What and how we deliver should be in the voice of our audiences and stakeholders ensuring an equal experience for all, across all our work, in a format that is as seamless as possible.
Our aim is to work in collaboration with non-traditional museum visitors, to learn how to make museum and cultural spaces accessible for all, through:
In addition to this exciting programme of work we continue to deliver our core activities:
Underpinning our core work is our Arts Council National Portfolio organisation 2023-26 status and the 'Sensory Explorations' programme of work.
Our 'Sensory Explorations' programme of work aligns us to our Arts Council National Portfolio organisation status. Developing and broadening our heritage accessibility expertise, helping others develop theirs and assisting us in reducing our carbon footprint.
Building on our Digital Explorations project we are embracing technology to offer enriching opportunities and inclusive cultural experience for all, particularly disabled people.
Our aim is to create inclusive, meaningful volunteering opportunities and employment pathways for disabled people within museums and the cultural sector.
Uncovering, protecting, and sharing at-risk Paralympic Heritage of underrepresented National Disability Sports Organisations placing the expertise, insights and experiences of disabled people at the heart.
Read about the Trainees involved in delivering our 'Becoming Seamlessly Inclusive' programme of work.
Find out all about the funders and partners who support our 'Becoming Seamlessly Inclusive' programme of work.