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Disability Horizons: cha cha cha change…

It’s been nearly eighteen months since Disability Horizons went live and in that short period the growth of this magazine has been phenomenal and flattering. We now have tens of

Paralympic Games 2012: day 4

From the very best bits to what you’ve been talking about, we’ve got the Paralympic Games 2012 covered! Each day this week one of our brilliant Disability Horizons volunteers will

The Last Leg: a review of the alternative Paralympics show

Alternative Paralympic highlights programme, The Last Leg with Adam Hills, airs on Channel 4 every evening at 10.30pm. Disability Horizons contributor, Emma Purcell, gives her view of this comedic offering. Presented by

The Paralympic Games 2012: day 3

From the very best bits to what you’ve been talking about, we’ve got the Paralympic Games 2012 covered! Saturday the 1st was the day Team DH (i.e. me, Martyn and

The Paralympic Games 2012: day 2

From the very best bits to what you’ve been talking about, we’ve got the Paralympic Games 2012 covered! You might have guessed from my Facebook posts and tweets for @DHorizons

The Paralympic Games 2012: day 1

From the very best bits to what you’ve been talking about, we’ve got the Paralympic Games 2012 covered! So, we’ve just experienced day one of the London Paralympics 2012, kicked

The Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony: pictures from inside the stadium

In a spectacular opening ceremony in front of 80,000 spectactors and millions of people watching on TV,  last night, the Queen officially opened the London 2012 Paralympic Games. In a

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5 top tips for using accessible travel in London

With the Paralympic Games starting in London in just two days, Disability Horizons Co-editor and London resident, Martyn Sibley, shares his top tips on travelling around the UK’s capital. We

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Travel for the love of sport: accessible or not?

Accessible travel is of paramount importance, and something we know you have been concerned about, particularly during the Olympic Games. So we have talked to three readers about how they

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Inaccessible schools with open minds

Disability Horizons contributor, Jon Bateman, from Calgary, Canada, who previously published an insightful article about his experiences of dating, now shares with us a personal experience of going through the