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Mark Christian Aug 6
…one of the road signs on the surprising route to Christian holiness, is that the mind must grasp the truth: ‘you died, and your life has been hidden with the king, in God!’ Once the mind has grasped it, the heart and will may start to come on board- NTWright
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Emma Dent Coad Jul 4
Good quality, accessible public transport means that disabled people can live, learn and work independently as they choose. Sign the petition to improve accessible train journeys for disabled people
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Jim McMahon MP Jun 27
Many disabled people face unacceptable barriers in accessing public transport. I’ve heard too many cases where a lack of infrastructure or inconsiderate operators exclude disabled people. Time this changed which is why I’m supporting Leonard Cheshire campaign.
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Leonard Cheshire in Scotland Nov 29
There are too many train stations across Scotland that people with disabilities can’t use. We all have the right to travel freely whenever we want to, and for people with disabilities it shouldn’t be any different.
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Danielle Mendel Jun 27
Have you ever been trapped on a train? Over a third of disabled people say they had experienced problems with using public transport in the last year. Sign our petition now and demand better transport.
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Leonard Cheshire in Wales Jun 27
We should all have access to public transport
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Nick Thomas-Symonds Apr 7
I’ve been championing improved accessibility at Cwmbran station. Delighted we've got funding to become step-free. campaign revealed over 40% of train stations not step-free. This is much-needed progress but more to do!
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Leonard Cheshire in Wales Nov 29
Our research has found that a third of all railway stations in Wales do not have step-free access available for disabled people.
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Leonard Cheshire Apr 15
Our Campaigns Manager spoke to Phil at @RadioHumbersideabout about our transport campaign, following the announcement that Bridlington Station is one of 73 stations to receive Access for All funding. Listen from 2:01:22.
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Rezina Hakim Mar 19
Attending today's TFL Access for All event. Great to hear open with their Chair- "challenge the status quo, don't give up".
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sleepflower Mar 18
Is your local station step-free? Find out and write to the rail companies to make transport more accessible for disabled people!
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Sophie Lock Mar 7
Great to hear about transport campaign at . and make trains more accessible!
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Deal Town Mar 3
No, no, no! You are just not listening ! We want STEP FREE access at DEAL
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Dominic Lund-Conlon Dec 7
Arrived at Chelmsford at 0930. It's now 0932 and I'm on the train. Those guys are awesome at keeping me moving. 5 stars ✨ (1 of which put me on the train)
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Bob Blackman Nov 29
The campaign has found 40% of railway stations – including Stanmore & Queensbury are not fully accessible for disabled people. Take action and ask rail operators to change this
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Independent Age Jul 31
“I have to cling on and scream for the bus driver to stop”. discusses how travelling by public transport requires a certain robustness when you are older person living with a disability - and 's campaign:
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Verity A-S Jul 11
Support Leonard Cheshire’s amazing public transport campaign and demand better trains for disabled people 🚂🚆🚇
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Tom Brake MP 🔶 Jul 10
I support campaign for better trains for disabled people now
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KIDS Jul 10
‘I genuinely think that people believe we shouldn’t be out alone,’ says Meg. For disabled children & young people, accessible transport isn’t just about ramps or doors – it’s about attitudes.
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Andrew Gwynne MP Jul 9
📰 READ: I'm backing 's new campaign calling on the Government to make sure that disabled people have better access to public transport
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