Hotels could miss out on thousands if they fail to cater for disabled people
Warning as cash change debated
HOTELS across the North-east could miss out on thousands of pounds if they fail to cater for disabled people, a charity claimed today.
The warning was made as a bill which would give disabled people more control over how cash help they receive is spent, moved through Parliament.
Disability support group Grampian Opportunities believes greater disposable income will increase the demand for short breaks but warned there is not enough provision for disabled people in hotels and venues.
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