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Work & Education

The benefits of further education if you’re disabled

If you're considering further education but are not sure because you're disabled, read Able Magazine's article to discover why it…

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Entertainment & Culture

Fusion Festival rated as a “shambles” over its lack of disabled access

Fusion Festival has been rated as a shambles by disability blogger Emma Muldoon, who has muscular dystrophy, for its lack…

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News

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…

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Travel & Holidays

5 accessible walks and nature reserves across the UK for anyone with a disability

Looking for something accessible to do this bank holiday weekend? How about exploring an accessible walk or nature reserve? Take…

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Travel & Holidays

Accessible North Devon and Cornwall

Planning a holiday? Rob and Bridget, a wheelchair user, share their experiences of travelling around North Devon and Cornwall. Find…

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Travel & Holidays

8 accessible tourist attractions across the UK for anyone with a disability

Enjoy Easter weekend at one of these accessible tourist attractions, from Chester Zoo to the National Railway Museum, there is…

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How does a wheelchair user or otherwise mobility impaired person escape from a burning building?

Evacusafe explains the range of rescue-assistance products available for businesses and individuals at home to help disabled people out of…

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Lifestyle

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…

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Work & Education

Celebrate and encourage inclusivity by making your voice heard

It’s estimated that the ‘Purple Pound’ – the spending power of disabled people and their families – equates to about…

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Work & Education

The value of volunteering if you’re disabled

Have you ever considered volunteering? We hear from Disability Horizons reader Mark Wilson about how volunteering has become an incredibly…

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