The UK’s accessible shopping day.
Tuesday 13th November 2018.

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Who can get involved?

Any business or organisation that interacts with disabled customers – either at a physical location or online – the more the merrier! However, we are strongly encouraging retailers to consider signing up.

To discuss your involvement in Purple Tuesday, please use the contact form above, email, or Tweet us @purpletuesdayuk

You can also download our how to get involved guide by clicking here.

What Our Partners Say

  • “We’re extremely proud to be supporting Purple Tuesday. As part of our vision to be the most inclusive retailer, we are always looking for ways to improve and adapt to meet our customers’ needs, which was brought to light with Sainsbury’s achieving Disability Confident Leader Status last year. By taking steps towards improving accessible shopping during the busiest shopping period of the year, we hope to increase awareness and understanding of the challenges, while also providing an enhanced shopping experience for our disabled customers.”

    The official Sainsbury's logo.

    - Tim Fallowfield, Sainsbury’s

  • “The accessibility of our stores and website is extremely important to us, so we’re delighted to support Purple Tuesday. Taking place in the run up to Christmas it’s a great opportunity for us to refresh our training with colleagues to ensure we’re offering the best possible service for all our customers.”

    Official logo for Marks & Spencer.

    - Jo Moran, Marks & Spencer

  • “Shopping should be a pleasant experience, but for many disabled people it can often be the cause of distress and frustration. By failing to cater to their disabled customers, many businesses are missing out on billions of pounds and denying disabled people the opportunity to enjoy something which many people take for granted.”

    Portrait image of Sarah Newton, The Minister for Disabled People, Work and Health.

    - Sarah Newton, The Minister for Disabled People, Work and Health

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