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Disabled Welshman 'Feared For His Life' While Visiting Town

Friday 13 April 2018

 

From Welsh newspaper Cambrian News:

 

Dean Shaw with grandson Ellis
Dean Shaw with grandson Ellis
 

Disabled man ‘feared for his life’ while visiting town

By Alex Jones - Meirionnydd, Arfon & Dwyfor reporter
Thursday, 12 April 2018
Independent Family-Owned Newspapers · Copyright & Trade Mark Notice & 2013 - 2018 · Owned or licensed to Tindle Newspapers Ltd.

A DISABLED grandfather is demanding an apology from Gwynedd Council after his seaside break with his grandson was ruined due to little or no disabled access, he claims.

Dean Shaw – who uses a mobility scooter as he suffers with Fibromyalgia, CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and Osteoporosis – says he was aghast to find almost no provision for disabled people in Barmouth and “feared for his life” as he was forced to go onto the road and dodge traffic.

 

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