9 Habits of Financially-Stable People with Disabilities To enjoy good financial health, you should always have a plan to take care of your money. With disability comes certain financial challenges. The high costs of medical & social care can drain your wallet frequently. But that doesn’t mean people with disabilities cannot achieve financial stability.  …

Update 2019: Good news Roganic is up and running again in Blandford Street, Marylebone. We’ll be testing them soon but if anyone has  been tell us about the food and their access…..contact us here. …………………………………………………………………………… Update Dec2013 this pop up has now closed but they will be opening a new one soon – keep watching! ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….…

If you’re like me I’ve left egg buying for easter to the last moment. So here are the chocolate shops we found last year that may have some eggs left. If not why not follow some designer ideas for egg decorations and thrill the family with your creativity and restraint at not needing chocolate Hope…

Following ASOS’s much hyped, but very limited, recent foray into accessible fashion, a new startup label is showing them how it’s done. Last summer saw ASOS collaborate with journalist and Paralympic hopeful Chloe Ball-Hopkins, after she wrote to the retailer asking them to include adaptive clothing options. The result was a colourful wheelchair-friendly waterproof jumpsuit designed…

After a major six year refurbishment, The National Gallery of Ireland reopened two of its spectacular historic wings in June 2017. As an art loving student at Trinity College next door, I often visited the NGI and attended Sunday morning film screenings, and although there was only a small rotating selection of works on display in…

Diversish – adjective Selectively inclusive of some types of people within a company, group or business, depending on which type suits the company best. At Blue Badge Style we’re all too familiar with diversish and accessibleish businesses. While we prefer to focus on highlighting design and venues that are accessible and stylish, sometimes diversish or pseudo-accessible…

BBS have rounded up a short selection of accessible alternative Valentine’s events throughout the UK. Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons’ By Candlelight Valentine’s Concert, Ely Cathedral For out-and-out romance on Valentine’s Weekend, join spectacular Chamber Orchestra The Piccadilly Sinfonietta for a candlelit and bubbly-filled evening, featuring Vivaldi’s masterpiece, The Four Seasons. Ely Cathedral is the only UK building to be…

Guest review from Tamar Wilding. The Shakespeare is a renovated historic pub overlooking Canterbury Cathedral. The menu showcases local Kentish and British produce and there is an adjoining wine bar. Tamar says: ‘Lovely typically English pub with level access and disabled toilet right next to Canterbury cathedral. Vegan and gluten free food options too.’ More info…