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New Year message from Martyn Sibley

To finish off 2013, as a little added treat after Christmas, Co-editor Martyn Sibley tells us about what he has been up to and what the plans are for 2014.

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New Year: accessible top tips

With New Year’s Eve upon us tomorrow, you’ll be finishing the Christmas clear up, digesting the last food and drink, and preparing for 2014. Co-editor Martyn Sibley shares his top

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Dive in and get lost in our favourite articles from 2013

Christmas Day is done, the turkey has been eaten, the presents have been unwrapped and you’re probably feeling stuffed and sleepy from eating too much food. Why not, therefore, sit

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Q&A with Geraldine Lundy of Virgin Atlantic: disability and accessiblilty

If you have a disability, flying can take a lot of planning, so having accessible initiatives and procedures can be a great help. With that in mind, we recently put some

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Festive fashion: going all out for the festive season

Tis the season to get dressed up and go wild! Mik Scarlet, who’s known for his bold looks, shares his ideas on achieving a “festive fashion glam look” this Christmas

Uncategorised 0 Comments – driving social change

Social entrepreneur, Stephen Cluskey shares this post about his website and is looking for feedback on his idea to create a complimentary app for his taxi-site. Have you ever

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Accessible Christmas gifts: bring on the sparkle!

Looking for some last minute Christmas gift ideas? Margo Milne rounds up 12 accessible gifts – all as stylish and desirable as each other – perfect for your loved one’s

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And this year’s winner of the Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs is…

James King of Oliver James Garden Rooms! Last Thursday night at the Millenium Gloucester Hotel in South Kensington, some of Britain’s best disabled entrepreneurs gathered together with various luminaries from

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Deaf and volunteering alone in Africa

Disability Horizons contributor Zubee talks to Colleen McGilpin about being a deaf volunteer helping animals in Africa, and how taking on this adventure on her own meant never giving up

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Sweet Taboo: theatre breaking down barriers

Hi, my name is Jenny Musselle and I am 26 years old. I have cerebral palsy and use a wheelchair. I live in my own flat with the support of

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