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The Cheshire House Musketeers are group of wheelchair-users who together campaign around the Inverness areas to improve access and facilities for all disabled people in the Highlands

The Musketeers, were formed a year ago have already achieved some success with drop kerbs and have already carried out research into making more area's accessible.

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Thousands of tourists flock to Chanonry Point in the Black Isle each year to catch a glimpse of the famous bottlenosed dolphins.

The narrow sand path which runs from the busy car park to the point is currently unsuitable for wheelchairs and means that many disabled visitors cannot reach the prime viewing spot.

The car park can also be unsuitable for wheelchair access at peak times as it has limited parking for 30 cars, but can attract up to 100 vehicles at the height of the tourist season.

The parking chaos blocks householders in their homes and has led to vehicles churning up the greens at the golf course.

Now the Cheshire House Muskeeters — a group of wheelchair-users who work together to improve access and facilities for all disabled people in the Highlands — has started to look into establishing a new walkway to the picnic benches at the scenic spot by the firth.

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Working together with Inverness Caledonian Thistle we reached a joint agreement to raise the area for wheelchair spectators to give them a better view of the pitch or move the disabled spectator viewing area to the front of the main stand.

The Cheshire House Musketeers would like to thank Mike Smith chief executive of Caledonian Thistle football club and all those who are helping to get this in place ,showing their true commitment in helping disabled supports who visit their grounds

The Cheshire House Musketeers, based at Cheshire House in Inverness, have been working with club officials to improve access for disabled supporters at the ground. More info see the story in Press & Journal

If you think you can assist Cheshire House Musketeers in any way please contact us with your details and what kind of assistance you are offering and we will get back to you as soon as we can

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