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Angela’s Accessibility Training at Manchester Airport with TryB4UFly

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This post has been written by Angela Christian, one of our Occupational Therapists at Disabled Living. Angela took part in some training by Graham Race on Wednesday 23rd May 2018 at Manchester Airport with TryB4UFly. Function Specialist, Ashley Horsfall and Customer Experience, Susan Dean were also present from Manchester Airport. Manchester airport tour Manchester Airport contract […]

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SeatPlan Help You To Find Accessible Theatres in the UK

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This post has been written by Laura Kressly. Commercial theatre isn’t known for being access friendly, but this is finally starting to change due to a shift in attitudes. Unfortunately, theatre buildings struggle to keep up. Many buildings in London’s West End are old, including most of the theatres. They date to Victorian times or, […]

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Why We Love Ravenglass and Muncaster (And You Should Too!)

Cumbria lake view

Cumbria might not sound the ideal place for easy walks and accessible venues, with its challenging peaks, extensive lakes and frequent rivers leaving very few level spaces. But the coastal strip is a different matter with several little gems well worth a visit of which Ravenglass is my favourite. It’s a tiny fishing port with […]

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How This Year’s Bluedot Festival Inspired and Entertained

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Chris shares his experience at Bluedot festival. It’s that time of year again – festival season. Sun, rain, mud, huge crowds – what could be more exciting for a wheelchair user? Doesn’t immediately spring to mind as your best bet – acres of bumpy, tufty grass between car park and arena, maybe rain, sinking up to […]

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