Visitors told there's no limits for disabled
AN illustrator from Didcot told visitors to an Oxford fair for the disabled what life is like in a wheelchair.
On Wednesday, groups of disabled people visited the Town Hall in St Aldate’s to get help and advice from local charities and traders.
Hannah Ensor, 29, was there to show off her books about life in a wheelchair.
She said: “It is very useful to get together with others and see what is on offer to help in your life and there was certainly a bit of a buzz.
“My books have wheelchair users in them but are not about that. It is a way of explaining to people what being in a wheel chair is like.
“It is not that big a deal.”
Miss Ensor suffers from hypermobility syndrome, which means her joints dislocate easily.