Disability, graduates, housing, Politics, transport, travel

Graduates with disabilities being priced out of London

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

cruises, Disability, hoilday, Lifestyle, travel

Update – Booking a cruise and disabled? You’ll be lost at sea

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

Disability, travel

£400 a night hotel and no disabled car parking!

Millennium Gloucester Hotel is a lovely hotel in central London hotel. Based in the borough of Kensington, it offers a concierge service; breakfast costing £23 and a room in December costs £360 pounds for one night stay. The hotel has a disabled ramp at the entrance and has accessible rooms. Like many disabled people, I… Continue reading £400 a night hotel and no disabled car parking!

Disability, travel, Uncategorized

Disney’s Magic Kingdom not so magical for disabled

By Simon Sansome In September, I surprised my wife with a holiday to Florida for her birthday. We had an amazing time. The weather, the facilities and most of all the disabled access in Florida is great compared to the UK. The only problem we had was with Disney’s Magic Kingdom, it turns out that… Continue reading Disney’s Magic Kingdom not so magical for disabled