This weeks DH news roundup includes plans to ban pavement parking, the launch of British Airways’ Accessibility Team and disability blogger rates Fusion Festival as a “shambles”. Disability Horizons News Roundup: 16th – 20th September 2019 Banning pavement parking can give freedom to disabled pedestrians MPs have prosposed plans to have an outright ban on… Continue reading Disability Horizons News Roundup: 16th – 20th September 2019
I hate to say it but this year I failed to attend a summer music festival; since my first music festival back in 2012. I did try buying tickets for Glastonbury Festival back in October but they sold out farr too quickly despite logging on at exactly 9am. Then when I found out Foo Fighters… Continue reading Reading Festival 2019: “TV highlights”
Over the past decade, I’ve attended 37 music concerts and festivals across the UK. Throughout the years I’ve noticed many venues lack security checks on disabled guests and many public areas surrounding the venue are not very secured with guards, stewards or police officers. Following the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017, I expected to see… Continue reading Are music venues and festivals safe for everyone?