l went with Lieutenant No1 to the Vue cinema at Westfield. It was a really good experience as we got half price tickets and a choice of seats with the wheelchair – either at the front or in the balcony. We opted for the balcony which we entered via our own VIP lift (accompanied by…

For half term I went to Norfolk with the family. Choosing where to go was determined by whether a dog and a disabled person could be accommodated (I don’t think it was in that order??). My  sister found a suitable hotel i.e. trendy and dog/ disabled friendly. We went to the Brancaster on the Norfolk…

After a large meal the other night it was suggested  that instead of getting a taxi straight away I and Lieutenant No 1 go for ‘a wheel’ for a while. I was apprehensive as London streets are quite a hazard in a wheelchair. It was rough to start with especially as I ingested a large…

Traveled by East Coast trains to Edinburgh. Very easy to get on and off, assistance provided and only £100 return first class. The Fringe Festival is more like a ‘grunge’ festival. I have never been in so many back offices/ kitchens in my life! Gigs at the festival have been mainly accessible but usually via…

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