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How AccessAble takes the chance out of going out

If you’re always frustrated by the difficulties of going out with a disability because of inaccessibility, check out the AccessAble app or website. They’re FREE and list accessibility information for places across the UK.

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Music venues continue to lack access facilities for disabled fans

More than 3.7 million disabled attend music events but reports have emerged that music venues continue to lack access facilities for disabled fans.

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Cake shop chain admits access failings and makes immediate changes

Cake shop chain Konditor admits access failings after a disability campaigner raised concerns. Esther Leighton, co-founder of the disabled-led campaigning organisation Reasonable Access, couldn’t access three of its six stores.

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Disability Pride Brighton 2019 celebrating inclusion

Disability Pride Brighton 2019 takes place on Sunday 14th July 2019. Find out what’s on, what things there are to do, who the guest speakers are and how you can attend this accessible event.

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The ultimate guide to accessible festivals across the UK

Keen to attend a music festival but not sure whether any will be accessible? We round up the most accessible festivals across the UK, from Edinborough Fringe to Reading Festival, that caters to a range of disabilities.

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WIN an easyTravelseat to make travelling by air easier as a wheelchair user

WIN an easyTravelseat, worth nearly £400, designed to make transferring to and from a wheelchair and aircraft seat easier. Find out how to enter our competition and see the easyTravelseat in action.

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Disabled entrepreneur Josh on his invention to help wheelchair users travel more easily

Be inspired by disabled entrepreneur Josh, whose wheelchair transfer seat is making flying easier for wheelchair users. Plus, read his tips on how to start your own business and become a disabled entrepreneur.

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From becoming disabled to interviewing disabled celebrities as a journalist and activist

Discover how Simon Sansome, who became disabled in later life, went from having a life-changing injury to a disability blogger and activist who now interviews disabled celebrities, including Rosie Jones and Adam Pearson.

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Urban planning student with a disability hopes to make cities more inclusive and accessible

Amelia O’Hare is an avid traveller, urban planning student and wheelchair user who is using her experiences to make cities more accessible for people with disabilities. Read on to hear

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How the Access Card scheme can help you convey your needs

A scheme in the UK is continuing to support disabled people in disclosing their needs to providers in an easy and dignified manner. The Access Card simply translates a persons’