Go See: Borough Market’s BSL cookery demo for Disabled Access Day – this Saturday!

Posted on March 7, 2017

This is a sponsored post from London’s Borough Market.

Disabled Access Day is a nationwide initiative, designed to celebrate venues and organisations that provide good access for disabled people while encouraging people to try new things.

Run by Euan’s Guide, a listings and review site that helps disabled people make the most of the experiences available to them, the event started in 2015 and is growing year on year.

Borough Market has been involved from the start. In fact, so inspiring was the response to the Market’s British Sign Language interpreted cookery demonstration at the first Disabled Access Day celebration, signed demos have since become a regular part of its schedule.

For the 2017 event, Borough Market will be hosting a live cookery demonstration with Lesley Holdship, themed around the connection between our different senses—sight, aroma, taste—and the manner in which we experience food. Lesley will be supported by a BSL interpreter.

Join Lesley for tips, tastings and recipes on Saturday 11th March in the Market Hall, 12:30-2:30pm.

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