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Baywatch 2021 campaign: Tackling disabled parking abuse

In this guest blog by Disabled Motoring UK, we learn about their excellent campaign to stop the misuse and abuse of disabled parking spaces, Baywatch 2021. Baywatch is supported by Baroness Grey-Thompson.  The issue of disabled bay enforcement A common problem for many disabled motorists is not being able to park at their desired destination. […]

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Baywatch Campaign Changing Format for 2020

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Disabled Living are proud to support Disabled Motoring UK’s (DMUK) latest Baywatch campaign which looks into levels of disabled parking abuse at supermarkets, Baywatch, is changing format for 2020. DMUK tell us all about the campaign coming up in August 2020 and how you can support.  A common problem for many disabled motorists is not […]

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No Place like an Accessible Home!

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Many of us fondly remember the image of a young farm girl, clicking the heels of her sparkling, ruby red slippers and longingly chanting the words, “There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home…” Her tale isn’t a far cry away from most disabled people’s dream of wanting their own forever home. I […]

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One in Five Supermarket Disabled Parking Bays Being Abused

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Supported by Baroness Grey-Thompson. In June Disabled Motoring UK (DMUK) asked the public to help with their Baywatch Campaign by surveying their local supermarket car park for disabled parking abuse. The results have now been calculated. DMUK would like to thank everybody who participated in this year’s Baywatch Campaign. This year we had the biggest […]

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Accessibility at Longleat Safari Park and Cheddar Gorge

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This post has been written by Chris Cammiss, Disability Awareness Trainer at Disabled Living. He talks about how accessible Longleat Safari Park and Cheddar Gorge are as a wheelchair user. So, who’s up for some extreme tourism? My latest escapade was to spend a couple of days looking at Longleat and sister attraction Cheddar Gorge. Some […]

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Top Tips for Accessible Interior Design

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This post has been written by Tabby Farrar for Disabled Living. Great accessible interior design isn’t just about making a space look good. While we all want a beautiful home or work environment, we also need them to be functional – and realistically, we also need them to be comfortable, welcoming and inviting. Designers will […]

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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 for Disabled Living. Commercial theatres aren’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 […]

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