A press release:
Sesame Access, one of the UK’s leading providers of bespoke wheelchair lifts and disabled access solutions, have spoken out about the BBC’s recent decision to appoint a specialist Disability Correspondent. With Sony-award winning journalist Nikki Fox coming on board at the BBC to highlight the issue of disability to national audiences, Sesame Access are wholeheartedly endorsing the move, which they say will bring matters of disabilities and equal access to a much wider demographic.
Steven Lyons, Managing Director of Sesame Access, which has provided custom-made wheelchair lifts for Kensington Palace, Sotheby’s Auction House, Paris and Tate Britain, said, “It’s fantastic news that the BBC are increasing the coverage for the disabled community on their many platforms. We are strong advocates of disability coverage in national news, and we are thrilled to hear that this national stalwart of broadcasting has chosen to bring the issue of disability to…
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