Blind guests fear for future of three specialist hotels sold by charity

Blind guests fear for future of three specialist hotels sold by charity
 

The futures of the UK’s three remaining specialist hotels for the blind are in doubt, sparking fears that visually impaired people could be left isolated.
Action for Blind People is selling the Cliffden in Teignmouth, Devon; the Lauriston in Weston-super-Mare; and Windermere Manor, in the Lake District, because it can no longer justify the running costs.
The charity is hopeful that the hotels will stay open under new management, but critics of the sale believe that closure is more likely and that blind and partially sighted people will suffer.
David Haynes, 69, from South Milford,... read more

 
2 October 2016 in Health, Views: 41
Source: Guardian
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