Jean Sleath was banned from attending a village luncheon club [Image: SWNS.com].

Jean Sleath suffers from chronic arthritis and heart problems which means she needs a wheelchair or scooter to get around.

She has attended a weekly luncheon club at the village hall in Heckington, near Sleaford, Lincs., for several months but last week she was told she was no longer welcome.

The village hall, run by a charitable trust, says Mrs Sleath’s scooter poses a health risk because it could block the exits in the event of a fire.

Source: Disabled widow banned from luncheon club because she uses mobility scooter

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