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Month: September 2017

Accessible farmers’ markets

Farmers markets are great fun, whether you are just browsing the local produce or looking to support businesses by getting a weekly shop. Often taking place in the heart of towns and villages, the markets can sometimes have constraints with accessibility. Narrow streets and cobbled stone paths are not the friendliest for those with limited mobility, especially if you have to navigate them on a motorised mobility scooter. Some markets have made great efforts to make their events inclusive, so come rain or shine, everyone can attend.
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Teenager attends prom in mobility scooter to raise awareness

Mobility scooter


A teenager from Lincolnshire shunned the usual limousine to arrive at his high school prom in a mobility scooter.

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Accessible festivals for mobility scooter users

Colourful festival in a field

Mobility problems shouldn’t stop you from doing what you love, whether it be travelling the world, being creative or visiting a music festival.

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One in four Brits avoids conversation with disabled people

Mobility scooter user and dog

One in four people admit they have avoided conversations with disabled people, according to research.

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New BBC initiative for disabled actors

Filming in a studio

Disabled actors are being invited to submit audition tapes to the BBC as part of a new initiative to improve on-screen representation of disabled people.

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Calls to create mobility scooter access on Flintshire coastal path

Lighthouse on Flintshire coast

A campaign group is fighting to remove barriers along a coastal path in North Wales in order to make it accessible for mobility scooters.

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New initiative to improve access to music venues

Live music

A charity which aims to improve access to music venues for deaf and disabled people has launched a new charter of best practice for grassroots venues.

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