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Accessible Family Day Out in Manchester

Follow our family for an impromptu accessible and fun-filled day out in Manchester City Centre! How accessible is it? Where will we end up?

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My Rare Complications from Scoliosis Surgery

*SENSITIVE CONTENT* I open up about the rare lifelong complications of my Spinal Fusion surgery I underwent aged 14 for severe Scoliosis. When the chronic pain began exactly, how it’s changed over the years, what my medical team and I have trialled to manage it, aswell as coming to terms with the very real likelihood I’ll live with it for the rest of my life. Continue reading My Rare Complications from Scoliosis Surgery

Life On The Buses | Bolton’s £48m Interchange Overhaul | Access + Inclusion

[Thumbnail Image of new Bolton Interchange with blog title and recognisable disability symbols]  It’s been 5 years since Bolton Council put out to its residents that the town centre and its outdated transport interchange was getting a long overdue make-over. Long out shined by partner town Bury’s introduction of The Rock, which was drawing more people than ever to the small town centre, already recognised by having one of Britain’s best markets. It’s no wonder Bolton Council had to think BIG to get more shoppers influxing it’s way again. Many a resident will tell you in recent years Bolton has … Continue reading Life On The Buses | Bolton’s £48m Interchange Overhaul | Access + Inclusion