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FILL LEFT OUT. SOCIALLY FROM PUBS AND VENUES

WAYNE69WAYNE69 Member Posts: 5 Listener
edited April 14 in Disabled people
HELLO   MY NAME IS WAYNE. I LIVE KENT  BUT GO OUT IN LONDON.  FOR MY WORK. AS I AM THE FOUNDER OF  LGBTQ DISABLED QUEER AND HEAR.  THIS IS NOT A POST FOR ADVERTISE THE ASSOCIATION BY THE WAY  

WE PUT NIGHTS ON FOR DISABLED PEOPLE TO HAVE NIGHTS OUT.  

 I FILL SO LEFT OUT AS A DISABLED. PERSON.  AND  I CANT BELIVE  ON HOW MENY VENUES.  AND PUBS  ARE NOT ASSESSABLE  TO US    HOW DO YOU FILL ON GOING TO THE PUB OR A CLUB.  

 I HAVE CP HEMPRISESS  
 
 WOULD LIKT TO TALK ABOUT GOING OUT TO PUBS AND RESTAURANTS  CLUBS.  

 CAN WE START TALKING ABOUT THIS
 



    

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  • Cher_ScopeCher_Scope Posts: 3,404

    Scope community team

    edited April 14
    Hi @WAYNE69 How are you today?

    I understand your frustration about this, being able to socialise again in pubs shouldn't be something exclusively accessible to non-disabled people.  What parts of the current arrangements have you found a barrier to going?  Have you managed to meet up with friends in other outside spaces?  I hope so and that it's not too long before you feel comfortable, and able, to safely go to the pub again. 

    Although I know it doesn't replace meeting up physically and going for a pint(!), we have a virtual fortnightly CP café that you might like to join in with?  Take a look at this thread for more details :) 
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  • Richard_ScopeRichard_Scope Posts: 2,733

    Scope community team

    HI @WAYNE69
    I never really had that many issues apart from the old "he is already drunk" routine and occasionally a less than perfect toilet. But there is always room for improvement that's for sure.
    What are the main barriers for you as a person with hemi-CP?
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  • WAYNE69WAYNE69 Member Posts: 5 Listener
    HELLO. RICHARD. THANK YOU FOR GETTING BACK TO ME   
    WELL I DO HAVE PROBLEMS WELL  ITS VENUES AND PUBS  THAT RELLY ARE THE BIG ISSUE   HEAR I AM THE FOUNDER OF THE LGBTQ DISABLED QUEER AND HEAR. WE PUT NIGHTS ON FOR THE LGBTQ DISABLED COMMUNITY   BUT MOST OF THE VENUES ARE NOT FULLY ASSESSABLE  FOR DISABLED PEOPLE  AND I HAVE HAD. SOME ISSUES WITH THEM PERSONALLY THAY JUST FORGET THAT WE ARE THERE.  AND THE REMARKS YOU HERE AND SEE  FROM PEOPLE.   THIS IS WHY WE HAVE OUR NIGHTS TO MAKE AWARENESS AND GAME CHANGE   I DO HAVE YOU ON MY TWITTER OR FACEBOOK  OR LINKED IN.   . 
  • Richard_ScopeRichard_Scope Posts: 2,733

    Scope community team

    What type of venues are you booking @WAYNE69? I don't think we are connected on social media?
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