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  • 'Slow' progress on High Street Access for Disabled People

    'Slow' progress on High Street Access for Disabled People

    Penny Mordaunt, the Minister of State for Disabled People announces new champions to address the issues faced by disabled consumers, following a survey by DisabledGo showing that a quarter of fashion retailers do not have step-free access.

  • Slow Shopping Experience

    Customer Katherine Vero, whose mother had dementia, was delighted when her local Sainsbury’s in Gosforth agreed to trial ‘Slow Shopping’ ( starting this month ) and hopes that other retailers will follow where Sainsbury’s leads.

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