Livity Parent heads shopping trolley campaign
One of the parents at The Livity School has campaigned successfully with local supermarkets to provide accessable shopping trolleys.
I have been campaigning for all the major supermarkets to install disabled trolleys for children in their stores.
May and I featured on You and Your's, Radio 4 "attempting" to shop without a disabled trolley. As a result of this and articles on my blog (www.mamalewis.com)many local supermarkets have bought, or agreed to buy adapted trolleys.
Also - and more personally to Livity - because of the campaign, Tesco's in Brixton, Morrisons in Streatham, Sainsburys in Upper Norwood and Waitrose in Beckenham now all have disabled trolleys (though they are only a seat with a lap strap so will not be appropriate for all of Livity students). I'm hoping they purchase something that all Livity students can access and I will let you know if they do.