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After controversies over the NT’s flapjack recipe and anti-homophobia badges, readers point to issues that the heritage and conservation charity ought to deal with, such as improving access for wheelchair users and to its book collectionsRather than worrying about rainbow badges to indicate anti-homophobia or avoidance of the word “Easter” in their publicity (The National Trust has become an easy target in the culture wars, G2, 9 August), the National Trust would do better to pay more attention to the accessibility of their paths.Anyone who has pushed a wheelchair through the deep gravel so beloved of NT country house gardens will know what I mean – it is almost impossible. Continue reading…

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The Guardian