As ‘outside’ hospitality is now open following COVID 19 Government guidelines, we thought we reminded you of accessible pub gardens around the UK in a previous post. One venue we listed was The Perch in Oxford: Just far enough outside central Oxford to get away from the hustle, bustle and students you can find The Perch. It’s…

This is a blog we collaborated on for Centre of Ageing Better………..It explains why a disabled and ageing market  should be top of the sales/buying agenda for retailers: Throughout history, disabilities have been stigmatised. A lack of understanding and awareness has meant that disabled people have been treated differently or discriminated against which can have…

Update 2021: The Mantis is not readily available but their new Mobie folding scooter maybe a good replacement? ………………………….. In the ‘D’List we look a new things in the world of disability, see our previous articles. This week we’re looking at a new scooter which looks compact yet sturdy The Monarch Mantis – Substance with…

We’ve previously written about gardening tips for people with disabilities so it’s good to know that Gardener’s World presenter, Mark Lane, has similar tips, plus more, in this article. Including: Getting to know your body, abilities and possible limitations Finding your perfect garden style (from seaside-inspired to sensory) The benefit of raised beds and elevated…

This is our occasional series looking at new designs and products for disabled people. It has to be occasional as not much changes with regard to design and disability!?? this time we’ve come across some new innovations prompted by our readers questions……. 1ST A Folding Wheelchair That Reinvents The Wheel – Revolve Air Revolve Air…

March Madness free online festival featuring some of the most innovative disabled and non-disabled artists March Madness is a free to attend music festival taking place this Spring Equinox on the 20th March 2021. The online festival will feature an array of disabled and non-disabled music artists, thought leaders, comedians and poets. It’s free so…

How to make your venue more accessible (and why you should) Is your venue accessible to disabled customers? Here are the steps to improve accessibility so you can welcome in everyone In these testing Covid-19 times, can you afford to miss out on business from ‘Purple Pound’ – disabled – customers? Fiona Jarvis, co-founder of…

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