Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Christmas Spirit?

20/12/15 Richmond – Kingston – Return Having been a bit busy for most of November & December the inevitable last minute Christmas shop couldn’t be avoided. The first bus had the increasingly common negotiation with a mother and her buggy. … Continue reading

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19/12/15 Richmond – Kew – Return A bit of last minute Christmas shopping and you know what? Nada. Zip. Ziltch. Nothing. I got on the bus,  got to where I was going, and got off the bus. The same happened … Continue reading

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Too Familiar?

17/12/15 Richmond- Teddington – return Door-to-door transport is a vital link for many disabled and older people who, for various reasons, are excluded from other forms of public transport, and without which they would be stuck in their homes unable … Continue reading

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Joni Mitchell was Colourblind

13/12/15 Richmond – Hammersmith – Kings Cross – Return As I’ve said before, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, but it’s often not the quickest. The problem is delays that are introduced when you need help … Continue reading

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Tick Tock

11/12/15 Richmond – Hammersmith – Return A night out at Hammersmith Apollo means having to get there, and back. It’s simple enough on the tube, pretty much door to door, but not in a wheelchair as there’s no ramp on … Continue reading

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