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Lecture on inaccessibility

LETTERS

Kishore C Vora says that advance publicity would allow people to arrange to attend evening meetings (Letters 7 February). This is not the only factor.

The publicity from ICE is in fact available in plenty of time.

The real problem is that many members do not have realistic access to Great George Street. I don't feel that I should need to live in London to be able to attend evening lectures.

There should be some attempt to hold meetings closer to the general membership and perhaps at better times of day or at weekends.

It should also be possible in these modern times to relay the lectures over a website to make them free from 'geographic discrimination'.

Diane Rotherham (M), 23 Feniton Gardens, Feniton, Honiton, Devon, EX14 3DG

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