This is what I would like to ask every major service provider. Service stations, major supermarkets, local attractions, restaurants, hotels etc. all like to advertise how great they are, how high their standards are and how they offer “the best” to their customers. Yet there is one area that virtually all these places don’t seem to… Continue reading Does your business provide the best possible service?
This afternoon I received telephone call from one of the Directors at Lands End. Contact at long last is good and I am pleased that they responded but I still feel that there is a lack of true understanding. (that might just be me, after all, I do feel this deeply) He did apologise that I felt… Continue reading Lands End Update… I will be back!
Disabled people are not new. They have not just appeared suddenly. They have been there all along. You just might not have seen them. We stopped visiting most local attractions a couple of years ago when stopped being able manage our son’s toilet needs in back of our car. Now, all that stands in the… Continue reading Is equality worth the cost?
This last week has been a whirlwind of a week! I have taken part in a radio interview and filmed with local BBC news. It was utterly nerve-wracking and I have been glad to have a quiet Sunday at home with the family to recover from the stresses. Unfortunately, I did not download the TV… Continue reading Radio, TV, good news and Lands End
Yes, I know they were found back in the early 1990s but WE have not been able to visit. They have remained lost to us. Late this afternoon I came home to this awesome response to my question on the Facebook page of The Lost Gardens of Heligan. I had posted my blog post “Can… Continue reading Lost Gardens of Heligan – FOUND!
Disabled people have long felt like they don’t matter. As a parent of a disabled child I feel it every day. It hurts EVERY DAY. Reading it online from the Equality and Human Rights Commision Chairman didn’t come as a shock. It just told me what I already knew, but it didn’t stop it hurting.… Continue reading Can I be a 1st class citizen too?
I admit it, I dislike the long summer holidays. Yet my son is home educated and I am used to being with him most of the time so why on earth would a six week school holiday present a problem? It doesn’t. Not really. Most of our routines will continue. We still see our fabulous circle of home… Continue reading Summer fun?