This advertisement post has been produced in collaboration with Ability Superstore. I have not been paid to feature this article, but I was invited to write a guest post in return for their blog, discussing my sight loss and self-confidence. So please do check that out as well.
I am very selective about the content that I feature, but I have approved this article because I enjoy music and love going out and about, and I feel it contains a lot of useful information for my readers. So I hope you find it interesting.
Festival season is fast approaching and it’s an experience that no one should miss out on, regardless of age or ability. We often think of festivals as unfriendly places for people with disabilities – all that mud, uneven ground and strobe lighting. But here are a selection of festivals and charities which prove that myth wrong, and help people with disabilities enjoy the best festivals that the UK has to offer.
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As well as the game nights and my trip to Alexandra Palace that I’ve written about recently, I’ve been doing a lot of other stuff as well. There doesn’t need to be full posts dedicated to every little thing, so I thought I’d group it all together into one long and varied post instead. I’ve broken it up with some photos and video links along the way, but you can see even more on my Youtube and Instagram pages too. Enjoy! 🙂
Continue reading “Summer In The City”
Summer’s here, the weather’s lovely and bright and hot, and so there’s no reason not to go out every weekend to see what the city has to offer. Especially when there are festivals and events on all the time too, there’s always something happening every week. A case in point is a weekend I spent at Alexandra Palace last month, where they had a couple of things going on. I’ll write more about it below, and link to all the videos I created, but here’s the Palace’s own video of highlights:
Continue reading “StrEatLife Festival & Tattoo Show”