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Top 5 accessible walks on the South West Coast

13 September 2017

Source Disability Horizons:

Steph Fairfoul works for Enjoybedandbreakfast.com, a small, independent travel website committed to bed and breakfasts and guest houses. Here she shares with us 5 accessible walks across the South West of England, and the best places to stay.

My Thoughts on Being a Grandparent with a Disability

12 September 2017

Source Multiple Sclerosis News Today:

I had always envisioned that I would be an active and healthy grandparent when the time came — not one with a disability. I was diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) in the summer of 2010, which also happened to be the same year my first grandchild was born.

Christmas is coming!

7 September 2017

I know, I know it is only September and the schools have just returned but it is creeping up!

Accessible beaches and beach wheelchairs around the UK

30 August 2017

Source Disability Horizons:

The Bimblers describe themselves as the UK’s most unlikely travel bloggers. Rob, together with his partner Bridget, travel in a wheelchair, reviewing access as they go. Driven by the mantra ‘access for all’ Rob has joined us to share his thoughts, observations and ideas to make travel easier for people of all abilities. This month he rounds up the best accessible beaches in the UK and where to hire beach wheelchairs from.

Want to try wheelchair rugby?

24 August 2017

Source Reading Borough Council:

Wheelchair Rugby is coming to Reading!

Farewell to the Chalet

24 July 2017

Source Reading, Wokingham and Districts MS Society:

As you may know, the lease on our holiday chalet at the Hoburne Naish site near Bournemouth, runs out at the end of September and cannot be renewed.

Summer road resurfacing in Reading starts in August - you might want to check your journey to the Centre

21 July 2017

Source Reading Borough Council:

READING Borough Council’s annual summer major roads resurfacing programme is set to begin on Tuesday 1st August.

This year’s programme will see resurfacing work on fifteen sections of main roads, covering more than 34,000m2 of road surface across the borough.

The programme is expected to last for up to five weeks, weather permitting. Works will be temporarily suspended over the Reading Festival period on the traffic sensitive routes,...

For sale - top of the range MPV / WAV with electric wheelchair

18 July 2017

For Sale -Top of the range MPV / WAV with electric wheelchair Peugeot 807 auto executive adapted to take wheelchair user next to driver £1,750 ono

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