Bells Amusements in Ingoldmells. By Simon Sansome While the UK is going through a massive heatwave people like myself are heading to the seaside for a family day out and yesterday was one of those days. My parents had set up camp on an Ingoldmells campsite so me, my wife and my nephew and niece decided to join… Continue reading Yesterday, I was asked to leave Amusement Arcade because I was in my mobility scooter.
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.
A new podcast called The Grumpy Gits has hit the floor running by reaching 100,000 hits in its first three episodes. Presented by TV Presenter and Disability Campaigner Adam Pearson the show is certainly a podcast hit. Adam Pearson, Simon Sansome, Chris Leasmith and Duncan Casburn. Available on Facebook page The Grumpy Gits it aims… Continue reading New Podcast is a smash hit with 100,000 hits.
Front Cover - Three Blind Mice Published author and disability campaigner Simon Sansome has launched a new comic book series called ‘Three Blind Mice’. Simon who became disabled in 2014 following an accident was shocked on how little disability is represented in the media, he said: ‘Once you become disabled you try to find something… Continue reading Disability campaigner get global launch of comic book series, ‘The disabled version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer’.
Three Blind Mice set the stage for a new way of doing things. Based around Richard 3rd, it tells the story of how people with disabilities can do anything and even save the world from demons and monsters running around Leicester. Created and written by Simon Sansome and illustrated by Raquel Guerrero it shows Leicester… Continue reading New Sci Fi comic book series puts disability front and centre.