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Major award for Olympic Development Authority

THE OLYMPIC Development Authority (ODA) scooped a prestigious award for empowering disabled people at Breakthrough UK’s third annual Independent Living Awards 2010.
all terrain scooters

All-terrain scooters for South West centres

FORTY all-terrain motor scooters will soon be available for visitors at 30 country parks and countryside sites across the south west, thanks ...
Department for Transport

New safety regulations for scooters

THE Government are planning to introduce new safety regulations for mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs – and look at the capabilities of...

Guide dogs launch ‘Talking buses’ campaign

NATIONAL blind charity Guide Dogs has launched a campaign to get audio and visual information on board all buses and coaches in the UK. The...

New Year deals from Motability

MORE than 300 cars of are now available on the Motability scheme – with no up front payment. Highlights of the new Motability price list...
Trailblazer Kim Randle and Alison Seabeck (MP for Plymouth) at the Parliament presentation of Inclusion Now

Trailblazers state their case to Parliament

YOUNG disability rights campaigners presented No. 10 Downing Street with a petition demanding improved transport, education and leisure services for disabled people across the UK. The campaigners were from the Trailblazers, the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign’s pressure group of 16 to 30 year olds.

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