Businesses in Jersey have just one more week to make their premises more accessible for people with disabilities.
From 1 September, new discrimination laws will bring the island in line with the UK to include disability - alongside things like race, age and gender - to provide better protection for both staff and customers.
The charity Liberate has been helping companies prepare by offering training through its Accès scheme.
A group of Accessibility Ambassadors, with different disabilities, have also been acting as mystery shoppers, to give feedback on what changes should be made.
The Channel Islands Co-Operative was the first company to sign up to the scheme.
Once they have passed all the relevant criteria, businesses will receive a kitemark (pictured below) to put up in their windows, so customers can see they have demonstrated a commitment to disability access and inclusion.