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John Prosser Nov 18
people with disabilities would like this in Wales! There are large sums of money being invested over the next few years to upgrade all train stations so why is it not also being invested in making all stations accessible without assistance?
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Dr Amit Patel Mar 28
One small act of kindness could have turned this situation around completely
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Kika 🇬🇧 Apr 5
Thank you for having us on . I hope our interview will encourage more commuters to be aware of the people around them. Whose journey could you make a little easier today? 🚂🚌
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Kika 🇬🇧 Apr 6
Please be aware of those who may need a seat & make space for wheelchair users on public transport. You never know one day you may need someone to show you an act of kindness!
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John Nichol Feb 15
Please, PLEASE. Show some understanding, courtesy & kindness if you see guiding . make a brilliant team but sometimes need a little patience from you.
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Fran Jul 17
So me again. Just been put on 9.58 train from NCL to KGX. Accessible toilet not working again, staff unaware of fault until I spotted it getting on. Told next train no promise of wheelchair space and I have a meeting to get to.
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Elizabeth - lizzybuntonvlogs Mar 31
When travelling I make sure my phone is fully charged so when the inevitable beardy-weirdy approaches I can pretend I'm on the phone and not have to explain why I'm not in fact injured and have always been disabled.
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The deaf Passenger Dec 10
The deadline for the proposal to change several bus routes that serve West Middlesex Hospital is tomorrow. It is vital these services continue to serve the locals effectively so please submit any concerns via this link.
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Mii TV Feb 4
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Hot Wheels Goes Oct 31
This is what I filled in and have had no response. It shouldn’t be this difficult to book assistance
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Au Cycling Ltd 13 Dec 17
is a right, not a privilege. Schools should be asking councils/government to improve infrastructure, NOT trying to enforce onerous rules which reduce likelihood of uptake. Thoughts?
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Bernie Sutton Mar 29
So sorry your treated like this It breaks my heart my country has people who only think of themselves. Everyone who was on that train should be ashamed of themselves. Let's hope your never in need of kindness
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Dr Amy Kavanagh Feb 16
This morning a nice chap helped me onto the tube. Despite white cane, badge & man asking the only person to give up a seat was in the middle of the carriage. I tripped over bags & fell into a pole trying to get to it.
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The deaf Passenger Nov 19
Dear Suitcase Owners, This is how you DON'T store your bags when travelling on the train. That space is probably only 1/2 or 1/4 spaces on an entire train that people with a walker or wheelchair users can actually safely travel in. That is all.
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NO ONE Aug 2
So many inaccessible stations , every station in UK should be accessible.
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Jamie Green Apr 3
Little blog on flying :) 'It’s not enough to make sure that wheelchair users disembark last- you’ve got to prolong that holiday feeling a bit longer. If you’re not on first name terms with the entire cabin crew, have you really been away?'
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Sarah Feb 26
Level the Playing Field to give people with disabilities equal opportunities to not only to survive but thrive in our society through raising awareness and raising the bar towards true inclusion
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HollowayHappens Mar 11
upset today to hear our blind friend has been abandoned by not 1 but 2 ubers recently after seeing the guide dog, Leaving an 85 year old man & his guide dog out in the cold with no other way to get a taxi! Absolutely discusting behaviour
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Putney HIVE Nov 8
on sat car broke down on m4 - 5.5hrs later the breakdown service managed to move us. The hold up was because my dad was disabled and needed police patrol to accompany us - is this really what it’s like for a disabled person?
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