Monthly Archives: February 2016

On the trail of César Manrique in Lanzarote

Written on February 26, 2016 at 12:52 pm, by

Lanzarote’s main draw for its thousands of international visitors is its beaches and its plentiful sunshine. But for those wanting to explore the island there’s plenty to see beyond its coastal resorts. Head out along the roads of the island’s moon-like landscape and you’ll soon encounter the works of César Manrique, a native artist born  Continue Reading »

Tackling the extra financial cost of disability

Written on February 17, 2016 at 9:28 am, by

A recent story in the Guardian highlights some of the extra burdens that consumers with disabilities face in everyday life. According to the Office of National Statistics, the total expenditure of disabled people and their households is an enormous £212 billion a year. And yet a number of factors, including a reluctance of people to  Continue Reading »

Opening up accessible holidays with driverless cars

Written on February 10, 2016 at 12:20 pm, by

It’s hard to overstate the potential impact of driverless technology on the mobility of elderly holidaymakers, and those with disabilities. Imagine for example the ability to explore America’s great national parks (notoriously neglected by public transport) just by telling your car where you want to go, or being able to get around a chaotic city  Continue Reading »

Woman calls for airline boycott after wheelchair damaged

Written on February 3, 2016 at 10:07 am, by

A passenger who was left with a broken £25,000 wheelchair after being removed from a British Airways flight at London City Airport is calling for a boycott of BA by the ParalympicsGB team when they head to Rio later this year. Athena Stevens, who suffers from cerebral palsy, was told that she would be unable  Continue Reading »

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