Tomorrow it’s eventually draws to a close. After weeks of party political broadcasts, leaders debates, fake promises and P45’s being issued out to UKIP candidates the public vote for the government who will run the country for the next five years.
Employees may have noticed the blind man’s guide dog and the wheelchair being used by the disabled person but the secret cameras remained hidden; which explains why they were refused access to taxis and left stranded at train stations.
This Saturday you can make a difference, all you have to do is to go somewhere you have never ben before. It could be an exciting expedition to a far away isolated place which even Google maps would struggle to pinpoint or a local shop a few minutes away from your home which has yet to welcome you as a visitor.
According to a Scottish MP business companies are missing out on an opportunity when it comes to disabled people going on holiday.
Mark Harper, minister of disabled people, is settling into his new role by pushing tourist attractions across the UK to improve their accessibility.
When a person is confined to a wheelchair, it can mean moving around their own home becomes increasingly difficult and impacts upon their quality of life. However, there really is no need for wheelchair-bound people to put up with a home which does not meet their needs.
How did you spend Easter? Apart from scoffing your faces with chocolate we guess a percentage of you paid a visit to a UK tourist attraction and with another Bank Holiday less than a fortnight away it won’t be long until we start planning how to spend that three-day break.