We’ve been on the scout again and have more in our series of ‘Ludicrous (disabled) Loos‘ and ‘Ridiculous Ramps‘………….If being disabled wasn’t bad enough, look what you have to put up with. Say no more other than ‘Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be’!! If you have any to add please contact us. Which is your favourite??

Whilst The Blue Badge Access Awards are on hold during the Covid 19 Pandemic, you can still nominate your favourite accessible venue for an award, please do so here. We also call on designers and architects to examine and improve the accessibility of buildings when they have time on their hands in ‘lock down’. Imagine…

The 2019 Blue Badge Access Awards held on 7th October attracted some notable press: iNews Concentrated on the Ludicrous Loo Award won by the Beachside Grill at the Sands Hotel, Saunton. Used as a cleaning cupboard as well as a toilet. They’ve promised to better so if anyone goes there please report back! Scottish Field…

Accessibility Championed at Inaugural Blue Badge Access Awards 7th Oct 2019  The inaugural Blue Badge Access Awards were held at The Langham London with the support of charity Leonard Cheshire Disability. Thirteen winners were awarded on the basis of celebrating thoughtful and stylish inclusive design and business practices across the world. This year’s winners included…

The Michelin Guide now notes if a venue is ‘wheelchair accessible’ – I know, it means nothing for people with other disabilities let alone wheelchair users. There’s so much more to accessibility than just standard wheelchair access. That’s one of the myths the Blue Badge Access Awards (BBAAs) want to dismiss along with the perception…

We reviewed the original Petersham Nurseries in Richmond where the access was tricky over gravel in a field/nursery so we’re encouraged to hear they opened another in the more accessible Covent Garden. I went with friend of BBS, Sophie Morgan and here’s the review which has meant they’re nominated for a Blue Badge Access Award…

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