The Good, the Bad and the Unaccessible (58)

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New Guide Reveals Scotland’s Accessible Castles and Battlefields

Disabled access charity launches new guide to castles and battlefields around Scotland.   Ancient castles and remote battlefields might see…

Started by bespoken Team

0 Nov 30, 2017

Is it possible to have an entirely disability accessible future

I recently visited the secondary school associated with my old primary school. It was the first time I had been since it was rebuilt, the o…

Started by Tim Neill

0 Nov 13, 2017


5* holiday cottage gets recognised - 'You can have accessibility without it looking clinical'

A husband and wife team have been recognised by the charity Blue Badge Style for the exceptional work they have done to offer inclusive acc…

Started by Paul Richoux

0 Oct 20, 2017

A journey into Central London from a Disability Perspective

Recently I made two trips into central London while down there on a visit to watch Wimbledon. There were pros and cons in terms of transp…

Started by Tim Neill

1 Aug 4, 2017
Reply by George Perfect

City Officials Learn About Accessibility With Wheelchair Challenge

Officials in the Scottish city of Inverness have taken on a wheelchair accessibility challenge to try and get a better idea of what limited…

Started by bespoken Team

0 Mar 9, 2017

Getting on a plane when you have a disability – the best and the worst…

We want to hear your best/worst airline travel stories! It’s not exactly news – air travel isn’t much of a treat if you have a disability…

Started by bespoken Team

2 Feb 24, 2017
Reply by Paul Richoux

Haneda Airport rewrites the book on accessible travel!

My attention was caught this week with an article about the (relatively) recently built Haneda International Airport that is ostensibly the…

Started by bespoken Team

0 Feb 23, 2017

Mobilituk is making the streets of Phnom Penh accessible

If anyone likes to travel, and you have to have a wheelchair/mobility scooter with you, it’s well documented that even relatively short jou…

Started by bespoken Team

0 Feb 17, 2017

Gondolas4All is making the canals of Venice accessible

Gondolas are a right, not a privilege!   Alright so it’s not an entirely conventional sentiment but it rings true as anything else where ac…

Started by bespoken Team

0 Feb 9, 2017

People who use an assistive device can win $100 by completing a survey!

For the chance to win $100 you just need to complete a survey which should take you about 15 minutes. There are some ground rules which you…

Started by bespoken Team

0 Feb 2, 2017


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