How we influence ‘Purple Light Up’ to celebrate International Day of Disabled People 2020 Posted 26.11.2020 Next Thursday, 3 December, is International Day of Disabled People and as part of our celebrations on the day Councils and organisations throughout N.Ireland have agreed to take part in Disability Action’s ‘Purple Light Up’ – and will light up 24 iconic buildings and landmarks across the province.We are still waiting on confirmation of some but here's the list so far. Keep an eye out for them on social media next Thursday:Disability Action HQ Office Belfast - Sam Thompson Bridge Belfast - Derry Council Offices - Titanic Building Belfast - Magee Clock Bangor - Ards Town Hall - Enniskillen Castle - Strule Arts Centre Omagh - Lagan Valley Island Island - Craigavon Civic Centre - Armagh Gaol - The Palace Demense Banbridge - Clock Tower at Town Hall Banbridge - Ranfurly Arts Centre Dungannon - Burnavon Arts Centre Cookstown - Bridewell Magherafelt - Cloonavin Coleraine - Magee Campus Ulster University - Antrim Civic Centre - Ballyclare Town Hall - Mossley Mill - Newry Town Hall - Downpatrick Leisure Centre - Crescent Arts Centre Belfast. Many thanks to everyone who has agreed to take part in this special initiative. Have you registered yet to attend the online event which Disability Action is holding in partnership with the Department for Communities’ Disability Policy Team? Click on the link below to register by 30th November. Register to attend the online event Photo: Just some of the buildings lit up in purple in 2019.