AMP Venue Networks
AMP wants to create networks of venues who are committed to making public spaces more accessible to people living with anxiety. Alongside awareness training, we aim to do this through creating a networks in towns and cities to highlight venues who are committed to anxiety accessibility.
Venues will be listed on a digital map detailing their location and opening hours.
They will also be listed on the AMP website. Our listings page will detail facilities available to individuals experiencing anxiety and panic, plus contact details to find out more information.
Venues will also display a sticker in their window to let visitors know that they are part of the network.
As part of the network, venues can signpost to an alternative location if facilities needed aren't available in their location.
The pilot network is currently underway in Nottingham City Centre. You can stay up to date by following our social media and our latest news. AMP also wants to hear about you about how public spaces can be made more accessible to you. You can find out more about the AMP research network here.