Stratford News Partnership aiming to make Halloween more accessible SHARE ON: Casey Kenny, staff Wednesday, Oct. 16th, 2019 Stratford Police reminding you about Halloween safety. (File Image). Making Halloween more accessible. That’s the idea behind a partnership between the Accessibility Advisory Committees of Oxford, Stratford and Perth County with RE/MAX a-b Realty. The partners are combining to offer free Accessible Trick or Treating signs to homeowners in the area with signs available on a first-come, first-serve basis in each County at local municipal offices and participating RE/MAX offices. By displaying an Accessible Trick or Treating sign on your front lawn, organizers say that you are letting people know that your home is accessible for everybody trick-or-treating this Halloween, and you’re helping to raise awareness around accessibility issues.