words by Steven Hastings & photos by Katie Kennedy Is Bowling Basin accessible for all? Katie and I recently visited Bowling, to find out. If you’re visiting by car there are a few parking spaces at the roadside and there is also an overspill car park. The overspill … [Read more...] about Accessible Places
Speaking to Amanda Eleftheriades, Clydesider volunteer Johnny Dale shares his experience of near sight loss during childhood followed by a lifetime battling systems blind to his access needs. “To be able to see the flowers, the trees, the sky, it’s like I’ve been given a … [Read more...] about Please See Me
Words by Angela Clark Photos by Katie Kennedy and courtesy of Golden Friendships A local charity has created an entertainment event programme specially designed for wheelchair users - believed to be the first in the world. The Golden Friendship Club, based in Dalmuir, is a … [Read more...] about Red Ramp Nights
by John Copeland Like what you read in Clydesider magazine? Then become a Clydesider member and help keep Clydesider free for all to enjoy from just £3 per month. Open to anyone who has an acquired Brain Injury, BIEN is the Brain Injury Experience … [Read more...] about Bien – Have You Heard?
Words by Angela Clark Photos by Caroline Finn In a world designed by and for able-bodied people, those with a different range of abilities often miss out. Now a local dance school is trying to create a dance space for all. April’s Street Feet studio in Dalmuir runs a wide … [Read more...] about Dancers Got Talent