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Accessibility to the West End’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Are you a Harry Potter fanatic? Have you been desperate to see the eighth installment of the series at the theatre, but have concerns about accessing accommodation and public transport in London?

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Willow Bug adaptive clothing: stylish designs for disabled children and teens

After struggling to find stylish, adaptive clothing for her daughter Willow who uses a wheelchair, Jess and her brother Dom set up Willow Bug in a bid to bring style

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The art of blind photography and finding your own style

Tammy has always had a passion for all things creative – writing, drawing, and taking photographs. But with a retinal disease, Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), that causes vision loss over time,

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Disabled holidays: your travel questions answered

To help make your disabled holidays that little bit easier, we’ve teamed up with accessible travel expert and wheelchair user Carrie-Ann Lightley from Tourism for All. This year we’re opening up

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Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month: have you heard of the condition?

Did you know that February is Marfan Syndrome Awareness Month? Marfan Syndrome is a disorder that affects connective tissues, and so can affect someone’s entire body. We speak to Shona

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Disability benefits: make sure you’re getting the help you need

From Personal Independence Payment to Disability Living Allowance, there are a whole host of disability benefits out there designed to help you. But are you claiming everything you’re entitled to?