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  1. #11
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    Read this too late. I find the bigger supermarkets are on board with accessibility. Shopping malls usually have lifts and loos. Its the smaller places. But its the power of the £!! I boycott places I can't easily get in!
    So as TFK said above, we probably passed a dozen tea rooms which I rejected as not flat entrance. I can manage a small step alone, with some finangling. But a step of 3 ins requires 2 of us to lift the empty chair.

  2. #12
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    It missed it too, but here it is RD if you want to watch. People still really don't get it, I hope this helps (at least) a few people start to think.

    http://www.itv.com/goodmorningbritai...chair-friendly

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