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Corporate Social Responsibility has always been of paramount importance to ASAP Operator Member House of Fisher. The HoF team was buoyed by the review of their flagship 100 Kings Road, Reading, Aparthotel last summer from TV and theatre actress Amy Conachan, who stayed whilst performing in Rabble Theatre’s production of ‘Henry I’.

Amy has a rare spinal condition leading to her reliance on a wheelchair for mobility.

As a result, they reached out to the team at Treloar’s to become involved in their ‘Let Me In’ business accessibility assessments. Treloar’s was originally founded in 1907 and has evolved to become one of the country’s leading providers of education, care, therapy, medical support and independence training for disabled young people, and are now updating their accessible apartment with a brand new bathroom.

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