Blue Badge Access Awards – The Only Awards That Celebrate Exceptional Accessibility Globally From the beginning, Blue Badge Style has provided the detailed information about venues that anyone with any disability needs. Everyone should be able to go out enjoy life and not have to make multiple calls to see if a place is suitable…

Back in May we held The BBS MIX  – a concert of mixed genres and abilities. Proceeds support a bursary at the Royal Academy of Music and in particular people who have invisible disabilities, something we wrote about recently. In its 4th year the 2018 version was no exception, having supported Fiona Joice who is a soprano…

What does accessibility look like for people with brain injuries? Brain injuries are not always the most visible of disabilities, research by Headway showed that in 2014, 348,934 were admitted to hospital with an acquired brain injury, 162,544 were admitted with a head injury and there were 130,551 stroke admissions. A brain injury can happen…

The May Fair 2018 bridging the imaginary gap between disabled and able people…… Unlike ‘Florals for Spring’ The May Fair & BBS Mix Concert are groundbreaking! An all day event and pop-up that celebrates spring with inclusive design, music and products. Wed 23rd of May 2018, 16.00 – 22.00  At Charlie Allen Bespoke 1 Coopers Yard, London N1…

If your wondering why there’s a blue Badger on the website, here’s the answer…… We wanted a group name for followers of Blue Badge Style; those who want to keep their sense of style, whatever the style, whatever the disability. After much discussion ‘The Blue Badgers’ was chosen even though I think it sounds like…

As long time followers of this site will know, we’ve previously reviewed and highly rated The Zetter Hotel , The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell and The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone . Their style and accessibility have given them 2.5 to 3 BBS Ticks with 3 being our maximum award. In particular, The Zetter Townhouse Marylebone were worthy winners of the Best (Accessible)…

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