Tag "accessible London"

Concerns over access on public transport prior to car-free day in London

Concerns have been raised by disabled people over the access of public transport following the announcement of a car-free day in London next month.

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Assistive apps to help you get around London

London is a bustling city filled with culture, history and entertainment for all ages. But how easy is it to navigate if you’re disabled? We talk to Dom from assist-Mi,

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Official Theatre: accessing London’s theatres

Do you enjoy visiting theatres in London’s West End but find yourself faced with a myriad of accessibility questions and little information? Rebecca Felgate, founder of the website Official Theatre,

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Paralympic Games 2012: Disability Horizons’ definitive guide

The Paralympic Games 2012 are nearly upon us and wherever you are and whatever you’re doing – whether watching the Games at home or visiting one of the venues in

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Let the Games begin!

It is Saturday 28th July 2012. The “day after the night before” when my home city of London put on a spectacular show to officially open the extraordinary global carnival

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Wheelmap: making accessible information global

Following on from our article, Accessibility Apps, Disability Horizons speaks to Raul Krauthausen about Wheelmap, an online map where users can share information about the wheelchair accessibility of public locations

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London underground: are portable ramps the answer?

Tomorrow sees the start of the Olympic Games in London. So, to mark the occasion we thought it would be fitting for new Disability Horizons contributor, Sulaiman Khan, to talk about