Alex Taylor is  a wheelchair user and has an interesting site you should visit, disabled or not it’s entertaining – YKTS  (You Know The Score). He is a recent graduate from the University of Warwick and an aspiring journalist. He is also an Ambassador for The NSPCC. Here is his review of O2 Academy Brixton, which…

I love Midsummer House restaurant – beautiful location on Midsummer Common near the river in Cambridge. I used to go when I walked with a stick even though using the toilets was a struggle as they are up a number of stairs. The food was and is excellent and I am dying to try the…

Back on  4th April I wrote about the fact that many Restaurants quote Listed Building status as a reason not to have disabled access or facilities. Subsequently City of Westminster and English Heritage confirmed this should not be the case as ‘Heritage’ is for everyone and ‘creative solutions’ can be found for everything. So I decided…

City of Westminster have come back and their document on ‘Inclusive Design and Access’ is very comprehensive and advocates that: ‘inclusive environments benefit everyone and most of us will experience some form of disability at some stage in our lives. Those who are travelling with small children or are carrying luggage or heavy shopping will all benefit..‘…

I have been meaning to go to The Cinnamon Club restaurant for a number of years. Primarily because it’s one of the few  restaurants that have been consistently recommended to me in Victoria, London.  It serves modern Indian cuisine and I’ve never been too keen ever since I had a really hot curry in Brick Lane. I arranged to…

Whenever I re-decorate I always refer to Elle Decoration with regard to current trends and colours. But I am always disappointed when I try to find modern and well designed disability aids for the home, they don’t seem to figure in this publication, despite my emails to the editor. There are plenty of us out…

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