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Industry First for People’s Parking

People’s Parking, the accreditation scheme designed by Helen Dophin MBE, has just achieved an industry first.  People’s Parking, which primarily aims to improve parking for customers by enabling them to find a car park which meets their needs, recently launched


Give it a Try!

England Rugby, alongside Activity Alliance, recently launched an initiative to increase the participation levels of disabled people in the sport. Breaking Down Barriers The new Disability Action Plan aims to encourage diversity and inclusion at club level.  The three-year plan


Battling Blue Badge Fraud

According to Blue Badge Fraud Investigation (BBFI), the specialist investigative fraud team, there are 2.5 million blue badges on issue in England and Wales. As winners of the 2018 Disabled Motoring UK (DMUK) Parking Enforcement award, BBFI and in particular


New Project to Support MS Patients

A new initiative aiming to provide further awareness and better support for those with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) has been launched by Merck KGaA in collaboration with several MS advocacy and caregiver organisations. The new project, named MS Is On My


World Cup Wonder

After England’s amputee football side had its funding cut by the Football Association due to “sporadic league and player participation”, the team were faced with the daunting task of raising the £70,000 needed to participate in the 2018 World Cup.


Changing Train Travel

According to the Rail Delivery Group, a new smartphone app for assisting passengers with disabilities is set to be launched next year. The ‘life-changing’ app will update station staff on a passenger’s location at any given time, allowing them to


Broadcaster Diversity Promise

National broadcasters, including the BBC, ITV and Sky have pledged their support to increase the number of disabled people working on and off screen by 2020. According to the Creative Diversity Network (CDN), only 11.3% of those in television are


Walking on Air

Margaret Ferry, originally from Guernsey, literally rose to the challenge of raising money for MS Trust recently – by flying in a glider! 61-year-old, Margaret, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) thirty years ago, teamed up with Scottish charity,


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