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We speak to disabled BBC weather presenter Lucy Martin

Breaking Barriers: Meet Lucy Martin, the BBC’s Trailblazing Disabled Weather Presenter In an industry often criticized for lack of diversity, Lucy Martin is pushing forward . Born without her right forearm, Lucy’s journey to becoming the first visibly disabled BBC weather presenter is a testament to determination and talent. From her early passion for geography …

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Finding lost hope: APEX NEURO

APEX NEURO is one of Europe’s leading neurorehabilitation clinics, specialising in Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Functional Neurological disorder. They are one of the few clinics in the world to achieve positive results for these conditions. The majority of their clients have neurodegenerative conditions (primarily MND or MS). Before starting with the team at […]

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Mountain Trike aftercare and servicing with Cycle Tech UK

The maintenance and servicing of the Mountain Trike products is an important part of the after care, it will help ensure your Trike is in tip tip condition and performs at its best. Maintaining your Mountain Trike couldn’t be easier as many components of the Mountain Trike are similar to those found on a mountain bike so you can book in your annual service check with your local bike shop or order new parts with them. However, for some customers and for our growing number of organisations who have their own fleet of Mountain Trike products getting to a local bike shop can be difficult. We are therefore delighted to have partnered with mobile bicycle specialists, Cycle Tech UK, who have a network of cycle technicians that can come to you to service Mountain Trike wheelchair products. Mountain Trike is partnered with Cycle Tech UK who provide mobile servicing…

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Why you might want to try shopping online with discount codes

Computer keyboard with a shopping trolley symbol on the return buttonShopping centres are becoming be more and more accessible, but that doesn’t mean that shopping is a breeze if you’re disabled. That’s why online shopping can be a great alternative. Even better if you can find deals and use discount codes to make it cheaper. We hear from coupon company Buykers about how to shop …

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