The BBC Good Food Show and Gardner’s World was at Birmingham’s NEC this weekend and hosted guests such as celebrity chefs James Martin, Mary Berry and the Hairy Bikers. The event also had food tasting, afternoon tea, cooking lessons, gin making sessions as well as some remarkable interactive displays. One of the most talked about… Continue reading HAVE YOUR SENSORY PERCEPTION TESTED AT THE BBC GOOD FOOD SHOW WITH GUIDE DOGS UK
Being a newly disabled person can be a daunting experience, not only is your entire life going to be overhauled, but also you have no instructions and little or no knowledge of what help is available. The current system is complicated and messy, so much so that people with new disabilities are losing out on… Continue reading COUNCILS NEED TO INTRODUCE DISABILITY OFFICERS NOT JUST SOCIAL WORKERS.
Being newly qualified is a very exciting thing for anyone moving from the university to the working world. It is nerve racking, the blood is pumping and having to find a new place to live in the capital can be difficult at the best of times. Being a newly qualified journalist, I have been… Continue reading Graduates with disabilities being priced out of London
Millions of people love going on cruises, the idea of not flying anywhere, driving to a port, the excitement of just getting on to a boat and sailing away is the ideal holiday for millions of holiday makers in the UK. Cruising is worth £2.85 billion to the UK economy, you don’t have to worry… Continue reading Update – Booking a cruise and disabled? You’ll be lost at sea
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