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Dr Amit Patel 28 Mar 18
One small act of kindness could have turned this situation around completely
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Kika 🇬🇧 5 Apr 18
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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John Nichol 15 Feb 18
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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Kitty Swinton ♿ 21 May 18
On a weekend away with friends, I tried to book assistance with one company who never got back to me and was forgotten by another company (and then shouted at by their train guard) despite booking 2 months in advance. Both have fobbed me off. Bad idea!
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Alan Benson 18 Apr 18
Really good examples of small, cheap changes that make a difference
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Alex Ramzan 16 Feb 18
have the legal right to ride on any public transport with there owner. Support the campaign by & ! Also supported by ! 🙂🐶
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Abbi Brown Oct 6
currently on a bus surrounded by not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4 buggies, all being pushed by men. The feminist in me is impressed. The wheelchair user can’t help thinking that if I tried to board a bus with 4 (or 3, or 2) buggies already onboard, they’d never let me on.
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Transport for All Dec 28
Join our inspiring community of members today & break down transport barriers
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Dr Amy Kavanagh 16 Feb 18
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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Kit 🏳️‍🌈 31 Mar 18
Planning a London day out with kids is so much harder as a wheelchair user. I may have a but I don’t appear to have a right to get anywhere simply or in a timely manner. People who live in London and deal with this daily - I salute you.
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NO ONE 2 Aug 18
So many inaccessible stations , every station in UK should be accessible.
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Dr Hannah Barham-Brown, Esq. 27 Mar 18
Replying to @HannahPopsy
IT GETS BETTER. Grunted at by staff when they arrive late (no apology), sent down to platform like I’m an idiot (why tell me to go to the office then?!), &there’s no one there with a ramp. Turns up 1 min to go, grumbles at me, puts me ON THE WRONG END OF THE TRAIN.
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Alan Benson 10 Jun 18
Step free access is easy.... isn't it? An excellent primer from
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HollowayHappens 11 Mar 18
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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Anastasia Tempest Nov 7
I use an electric wheelchair because of cerebral palsy, mystery shopping on busses. When I have flown, my wheelchair was treated as luggage put on a conveyer belt. Anastasia Tempest, Swiss Cottage
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MS Society UK 27 Mar 18
Following Frank Gardner's experience at Heathrow over the weekend: tune in to between now and 9am and join a very important conversation about accessibility. Share your experiences using .
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Nicky Clark 27 Mar 18
Taking our learning disabled autistic daughter on holiday by plane later this year, for 1st time in eleven years. We’re worried about how her disability will be perceived & if she has behaviours of distress she’ll be allowed to fly.
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🌺Sian Day🌺 15 Feb 18
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Kika 🇬🇧 6 Apr 18
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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Elizabeth - lizzybuntonvlogs 31 Mar 18
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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