With lockdown beginning to ease more people are feeling confident about going out and about. People started going to restaurants, picnics and of course the cinemas are reopening. While a lot of people are feeling anxiety about going out and about again in crowds, the disabled community are getting back to normal where they do… Continue reading Unless the majority are affected the minority don’t stand a chance.
Two Star Michelin Chef and TV personality Michael Caines talks to Simon Sansome on his podcast show “While Disabled”. Michael talks about how he fell asleep at the wheel and lost his arm the age of 25. He says: “I saw my arm on the floor of the car while I hung upside down”. Talking… Continue reading Michael Caines – “I saw my arm on the floor of the car while I hung upside down”.
By Simon Sansome If there is one thing, I love in this world it is food. If you have seen a picture of me you will understand that I love food. One of the best events in the UK for food is the BBC Good Food Show which is accompanied by the BBC Gardening Show… Continue reading It is the best time of year for me, food season, so why do I feel so left out?
It’s coming to the best time of year for me, food festival season. If there is one thing I love in this world it is food. If you have seen a picture of me you will understand that I love food. One of the best events in the UK for food is the BBC Good… Continue reading Food heaven or food hell for disabled food lovers
I love my food, as a journalist I written reviews for various magazines, but one of the best things I love to do is visit food fair, county fairs, pie fairs, chocolate fairs and basically any fair going that does food of any kind. Being disabled can hamper a trip to fairs in the countryside.… Continue reading Food fairs need to do more for disabled customers