Lucy, who has Cerebral Palsy, started blogging when she realised that the public where obsessed with the fact that most disabled people are inspirational Paralympians. Lucy is neither of these things and started to share her life as an average disabled person. The Four Wheeled Wonder Woman debuted, with a dollop of sense of humour and buckets of honesty, readers seemed to really like it.
In 2018 using her Media degree and experience at the BBC as Production Staff, a Vlog was added to the mix, so people could not only read about her disability, but see it first hand, she’s working alongside AccessAble to help show people what it’s really like to be disabled in modern Britain
‘One of the biggest problems, I think, to finding equality for disabled people is fear, I believe if disabled people are open and honest about our lives it breaks down barriers and suddenly strangers become friends, and society gets better.’
Lucy loves live music. Pub quizzes, comedy, has a passion for cinema and spending time with her friends – in her spare time she co founded a Sign Language Support Group in her local community to help those who are interested in learning Basic British Sign Language after gaining her Level 1 in British Sign Language.