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#16 barry-clari

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 13:03

I certainly think it would be a good idea to list what the accessibility is like in all the AB's centres, not just for large instruments like harps, but also for general access for wheelchairs etc.
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Posted 08 January 2012 - 13:14

QUOTE(barry-clari @ Jan 8 2012, 01:03 PM) View Post

I certainly think it would be a good idea to list what the accessibility is like in all the AB's centres, not just for large instruments like harps, but also for general access for wheelchairs etc.


Hi Barry

yes jolly good idea, the larger centres ie schools and churches are not a problem, never again will I book an exam centre without checking it out before, especially with a full size harp, I have learnt my lesson when we went to the Lyme Regis centre (tiny cramped and totally unsuitable!) talking of wheelchairs, yes that is a valid point, the other day I heard of a harpist with a wheelchair and less abled people should have the same access
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