Positive Affirmation Card Reading 15th Oct – 22st Oct

  
So I haven’t done a positive affirmation #reading for all of us in a long time!!! So I shuffled my #miriclesnow cards and asked them for guidance this week!!

The card I picked reads: 

‘In The Midst Of A Meltdown, I BREATH Through The Discomfort And Come Out The Other Side’ 

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Anytime you feel any pressure or stress it’s always good to pause for a minute and take some long deep breaths in and out! When everything gets too much mentally, physically or both our minds and bodies react and we go into panic mode! The simplest things become a task and we then start to have a ‘meltdown’ we start to suffer… But taking a few minutes to ground yourself and breath will really help!! Try and refocus while letting all the tension come out of you! The situation your in wont change but how you deal and process it definitely will! Also take a few minutes to do something physically to clear your mind like having a cup of tea or read a few pages of your favourite book… ❤️💜💛💚💙 So remember this week just pause and take deep breathes when things overwhelm you and come out stronger on the other side! 

Peace and love xxx

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Instagram Giveaway

   

THREE MORE DAYS LEFT!! I’m giving away the animalkingdom Adult  colouringbook!!! It’s soo pretty! It’s a worldwide giveaway. 🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊All you have to do to enter is follow me on Instagram: @findingmyrange, repost my post and tag #fmrgift by the end of Sunday the 7th June!! 🎊🎊🎊🎊Will pick a winner on Monday 😊 good luck xxx

Disabled Revolution  Anyone? 

  

  
It was a long night and day yesterday in the UK with some of us waking up to the horrid news that David Cameron, leader of the Conservative party will be our priminister again for the second term and what’s worse is that there is no coalition this time so it’s pure Tories!! As a young disabled woman living in central London this is really hard news to digest.. I have seen and experienced how much suffering sick and disabled people have gone through in the past 5 years and as a young person I have seen all the services that were helping me live a supported and progressive life vanish before my eyes… We have been treated like the lowest of low for being sick and not being ‘able’ to work! We are living in a country where people automatically believe sick/disabled people are just a drain to society  or we are all lazy and just want to live on benifits! How are we MENT to work without support or suitable jobs! 

  
I have been on benefits for maybe 7 years now.. I have never had a ‘real’ job as My illness progressed when I was 16. I would love to work but with my health conditions there is nothing out there right now that I can physically do or earn enough from. Saying all of that I don’t believe that I’m getting money from the government for not doing anything! I am a positive member of society that works as a person for the community! I volunteer as much as I  can to local charity’s, I speak to and help as many  people as I can about issues they are having! I educate people on my illnesses and disabilities, I am always there for my friends and family and most of all I am there for disabled/sick people! So many disabled/sick people really help and support each other! I think that’s the biggest ‘job’ of all! We shouldn’t be named unemployed benefit receivers  we should be called ‘undercover heros’ or ‘expert advisor to the people’ lol no one with an ‘official’ job can do the work we do to support and educate each other! I honestly think if we didn’t communicate with others or just sat in a dark room quiet it would be a very horrible and a hard world out there! We are the experts and I think its about time we get recognised for it!! We need a disabled revolution! We need to stop all this bull shit thinking others have of us! We are not benefit scroungers, we are not useless but WE ARE the soldiers that show everyone that you can do anything you put your mind to! WE ARE the fire that burns through all the bullshit and WE ARE some of the most important and influential people in society!  

  
I know it can be hard to stay positive but we need to! Even with the government we have today we are  still lucky to live in a country where  people do support us and we are lucky to have free health care and financial help! Allot of countries don’t have this! So we do need to praise the good while recognising the bad but don’t let the government make us disabled! We are amazing people with soo much knowledge and power! So I say fuck all the nagetivity and bullshit and join together to show everyone what we are made of and why we are key to the running of this country!!! We will stick together and rise together and do anything in our power to stop any injustice thrown our way! The next five years are gong to be very interesting! So lets continue to be open and out there! Fight for what you believe in and continue to reach out to everyone you can! We are the force for change and equality! We are the soldiers and most importantly we are the PEOPLE

So let your voice out in any way you can and fight for what’s right!!! 

  
  
PEACE & LOVE XXX


Other posts that you should check out 

How to get disabled tickets of you need them 

Chronic illness Flare up plan 

Positive Affirmation Card Reading! For 14th April to 20th April Happines  

So over the weekend I bought a set of inspirational affirmation cards by Gabrielle Bernstein! She has a book called ‘miracles now’ which I still need to buy! You can use these cards like a oracle deck 😊 I have grown so attached to them from the moment I opened the box! They just get their message across loud and clear! And they are Soo pretty to look at! I’m not sure if they are available online yet but will let you know! 

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 I am a firm believer of Angels and have really upped my game in connecting with my angels and anything spiritual that will better my life and the life of others! 

I will write a post about my spiritualrange soon 😊 But in the mean time I will try and upload a random card after meditating every week so we can stay positive together! Or I will do an angel card reading for all my followers to help us stay connected 🙂 Make sure you check out my Instagram to keep in contact with me daily! 

   
 

After my morning meditation I asked the universe and my spiritual guides to help me pick a card for my Findingmyrange family today! So I shuffled the 62-card deck, prayed and picked a card I am drawn to! 

So today’s card is: 

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Happiness is something we cannot live without! When I don’t feel happy my body physically reacts! Happiness really helps mentally and physically when you have a chronic health condition! Every living creature on earth has a right to happiness! So today think about what makes you happy! Try and write a list of things that make you happy then do a few of those things today! 😊 

Peace & Love xxx

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Good News ‘driving’

I finally got a letter from my Autonomic  Dr giving me the all clear to drive!!!! I was told previously by DVLA that I would have to go ONE YEAR without fainting to get my licence!! So I gave up then because that would never happen even if I didn’t have POTs! But my doctor said because it does not happen while sitting Im ‘safe’ for the road!! Now I have another huge bump in the road (excuse the pun lol) I am partially sighted and currently don’t pass the vision requirements! But I am seeing a doctor about that next month!! So fingers crossed I get the go ahead!!!! Wish me luck 



Peace & Love xxx

‘Toolbox’flare up style!!  

Finding my range ‘body fixing’ 

What does a toolbox have to do with a ‘Flare Up’??? 



When you need to fix something or you are looking to do some DIY, the first thing you will need to get is your toolbox!! There is somthing so satisfying about going to get your toolbox(even if your not very good at using it lol) 

Everyones toolbox is different as we all have some things we need to fix more then others. We will have our favourite tools and we will have things in there for predictable situations (superglue is mine as I’m constantly smashing things 😖 lol). So if a tool box is there to help mend things or to aid you in a new DIY project, why don’t we have a ‘toolbox’ for when our body and mind need to be fixed or encouraged?!! 

FLARE UP

In the world of chronic illnesses/conditions hearing or using the words ‘flare up’ is part of our everyday lives.. For those who don’t know what one is let me explain it in my own words/experience…



A ‘flare up’ to me  and many others is a time in our lives where our medical conditions worsen or becomes harder to cope with.. It’s a time when most of your plans will change or get cancelled! It’s  a time where it will normally feel like your condition is taking over! You can’t normally predict when one will come unless you know you have done somthing to trigger it (like over doing things and not pacing). I know that I get more prolonged flareups in the winter then in the summer.. I’v had my current one for nearly two weeks and it hit its peak a few days back (hopefully). Most times I can feel my flare up creep up on me! I will start getting very tiered, start taking higher dosage of painkillers and my immune system will start to slow down! My gums will start to get  itchy and mouth ulcers will suddenly appear! My blood pressure will drop which means my dizziness will also increase and my brain fog will be in full swing! These are only a few signs I have mentioned, in general all my pre-existing symptoms will start to get allot worse! 

When my flareup is in full swing I won’t be able to do most things, walking becomes non existent, Doing repetitive movements like chewing my food will be a huge task and picking up a glass of water will feel like I’m picking up a bag of bricks…. 

When I first started experiencing major flareups I didn’t know what to do! 



I would normally end up in hospital for a few days. I would end up getting poked and over drugged because my observation stats would be all over the place.. I would come out of Hosp with my Meds completely changed and bruises all over! As I started getting more familer with flareups I would learn to tell the difference between what symptoms were ‘safe’ and ‘normal’ compared to symptoms that needed urgent medical attention!! This is a very important thing to learn but it will take time!! It took me a few years to recognise when A flareup was normal or if it was somthing els.

Surviving a Flareup

Everyone has different ways of dealing with their flareup because it is a very personal thing! What works for me may not work for others… But one thing we can all do is have a flareup ‘toolbox’

It does not have to be a real toolbox (most are heavy) you just need some sort of box or container! I find a shoebox works for me! The point of this box is when you get a flareup you won’t need to run around like a headless chicken you will just need to reach for this box to get some of your stuff you need to get you through this time!!! I have different boxes as I don’t have space in my flat for a bigger box…

Again please contact your doctor before you try any new products… 

Here’s a list of what I have in mine!! 

Personal Information!-  I have typed up a cover letter of my personal information. On this it has my name, date of birth, gp details, emergency contacts, List of medication with instructions on how and when I take them, any allergies and of course a list of all my conditions including my average heart rate for sitting and standing and my average peak flow reading. I live in supported housing so it’s very important to have this ready as staff/family will need to know this information ESP if they need to contact a doctor. If you have EDS / Hypermobility you may want to write ‘please be aware that my joints dislocate and sprain easily‘ I notice that people like to just pull me up ESP ambulance staff and end up hurting me in the process… 



Spare Medication! –  I keep a copy of my current prescription and check its up to date every six months or when there are changes with the medicine I take! I will also attach to the prescription a list of any herbal/supplements I’m taking like my cranberry tablets. I keep spare meds in the box incase I have run out of my main supply! I will always have all my painkillers and anything to do with my asthma and POTs (pumps, steroids, peak flow meter, heart medication) in the box! I will also have my start up antibiotics for my recurrent urine infections & bladder catheters. I label all the meds in my box so if I have family or a carer looking after me they will know what it’s for. I also keep plastic shot glasses from poundlan in the box and I get the carer to put my medication in the shot glasses before they leave so I can acsess my meds easily.



Pain Management- other then medication I like to add things in my box that really help me deal with the pain!! I am allergic to ASPRIN so I have to be carful about what I use!  I can’t survive without  cura heat patchestiger balm, kool ‘n’ soothe patches and my hotties microwave hotwater bottle. I will do another post later introducing and reviewing these products!! 



 

Medical supplies- it’s can be a tricky thing to know when it is the right time to use splints. They do support the joints but sometimes it can’t make the joint worse… When I get a flare up I notice more pain in certain joints so I will always keep bandages in my box. I’m more likely to hurt myself during this time so having the bandages ready really helps! I will wrap the joint that’s playing for a day so it can rest up then I will remove the bandage and start to slowly move my joints again! I will also have cura heat arthritis bandages! You can get them for your knees, back and wrists. These are really cool because the tubular bandage will help hold your joint while the subtle heat from the patch will cover the joint that hurts! 

Diary- I keep a small diary in my box to write down the dates I have gone through my flareups!! I will also wrote down what I think triggered it so I can pick up and patterns. I will also write down anything that has helped me or anything that has made it worse..

Working out- I will keep a paper of  exercises I can do from my bed… I have things for when I’m at my worst to when I’m feeling abit better.. For when I’m at my worst the paper encourages me to move my small joints (toes, fingers,jaw) a bit. I won’t intentionally engage any big mucles as it is a very hard task when your at your worst but some sort of movement is better then nothing! Another thing in my box are these Cool sponges I got from hand therapy! They are used to stregthen your hands and fingers! They come in different strengths according to the colour. I like keeping one next to me in bed so I can squeeze it and keep my  joints moving.  



I also have a exercise resistance band (from Physio) 



I never look like the cartoon below duringing a flare up. I will do the same positions as her but on a much smaller scale…. You can adapt what you do in accordance to how you feel and what you can manage! I never do anything like this when I’m at the peak of my flareup! I will only move on to exercises like this once my pain is under control or I feel ready! But it’s definitely part of my plan to get through a flareup! 





(She makes it look so easy lol) you can buy the sponges and bands online to… Click here to buy one..

Relaxation- it is important to have things that will help you relax as tense mucles and sleepless nights will only make it worse! Things I have in my flareup box to help me are

  • Scented tea-light candles (so I don’t have to get up to blow them out) 
  • Meditation cd
  • Olbas oil, I put some drops on my t-shirt and pillow
  • Hand cream, my hands always swell during a flareup so the cream keeps them moisturised and I get to exercise my hands without realising
  • Cooling gel eye mask to keep the light out and to also revitalise them 
  • Earplugs, my hearing becomes over sensitive so the quieter it is the happier I am 
  • Massage oil that’s made for joint and muscle pain. (I use Benjamin healing oil) 
  • Peel of Face mask to pamper myself without moving
  • Prayers and a personalised positive quotes book to keep me happy 
  • Lip balm to stop lips cracking 
  • Body spray or perfume beacuse when you smell nice you feel nice. 
  • Dry shampoo to avoid washing my long hair 
  • Baby wipes to freshen up 
  • Favourite  songs for me to get lost in and to start moving my joints withoit thinking about it 
  • Reminder to look at my fav youtube channels to keep me busy and entertained 
  • I keep about £10 in my box so i dont have to stress about not having money to give my carer to buy me what ever i need

Food- I don’t eat well during a flareup and normally get support to come and help me make food. Even if I get some food infront of me I will still not eat well because my body it too tiered to chew and process the food so I keep a smoothie recipe In the box. My recipe has ingredients that will boost my immune system! It is also very easy for me to consume as I am just drinking it! I keep Straws in the box to so I can use them to drink my water/smoothies without holding the glass. I also keep hard boiled sweets to suck on and 100% Cacao Chocolate! It is raw chocolate, I use it as a natural antiseptic as I can’t use asprin, it’s also amazing to use as a immune boost!



VentingI keep a note that’s addressed to ‘flare up Steph’. It just tells me it’s ok to feel angry and all the other nagative feelings during a flare up but don’t bottle it up, let it out and let it go!!! This note wakes me up and really does encourage me to let it out!

That’s all I can think of at the moment but will update every time I find somthing els 

Hope this helps! Let me know what you will put in yours! 

Peace and love xxxx


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Bob Marley’s 70th Birthday 

FINDING MY RANGE ‘MUSIC’ 

Today marks the birth of one of the greatest, most inspirational artist of all time! the one and only ‘Bob Marley‘   

We grew up on his music and it has definitely helped me stay positive! My family are East African Catholic Goan’s from Tanzania, my ancestors are from Goa and I was born here, so we have a lovely mix of culture & music in our home/lives. When ever  I go back to visit my family in Tanzania i will hear allot of music especially reggae music… One of my Granny’s favourite artist was Bob Marley! I remember my Aunties (granny’s sisters) were all in a room singing some old school songs… I then noticed my granny was sitting on her own in the corner singing to herself… As I sat next to her I recognised the song! She was singing ‘Buffalo Soldier‘ lol. I also went back to a place called Katesh where my Granny brought up my mum & her siblings… It’s a rural part of tanzania but when I arrived the shops that Granny and Grandad own were playing Bob Marley lol it just shows how deep our love for him and his music is! His songs have soo much meaning and they definitely count as a  natural drug for EDS, POTs and the all rest 😊 

So in Honour of Bob Marley here are a few of my favourite  songs and quotes: 

Redemption song 



Small Axe-



African Herbsman



EXODUS –



Jamming



Stir It Up – 



QUOTES





R.I.P Mr Bob Marley! Thank you for your music and mind!! You really give us Musical Healing 

Peace and Love xxx 

How to get Disabled Tickets if you need it! 

Hey all sorry for not posting this sooner, I haven’t been well for the past two days, my glands are all swollen and CRP is high so I’m probably fighting some sort of inflammation/infection. I need to see a doctor but my lift is broken and I can’t  do the stairs. I don’t feel sick enough to go a&e so I rang 111, just waiting for a gp to get back to me… 

The reason I want to cover this subject is because I know how hard it is to do these things and theres not much help out there to show us how we can attend and enjoy events while having a disability! If they didn’t have disabled tickets I would not be able to go to most of these events 😞

I want to see more of you out there and taking charge of your life to do the things you want to do! Let’s find our ‘Entertainment Range‘ 

Please keep in mind I am a disabled customer just like you! I am not a professional  and everything below is just advice and things that work for me! 

And please forgive my spelling mistakes I tried to fix as many as I could 😊

So let’s talk about tickets for events/shows… I’m not sure how to go through this as there are sooo many things to explain but let’s try 😊

So what are Disabled/Accessible  tickets? 

To my understanding and I am no expert, they are tickets offered to people/customers with extra needs/disabilities… They are normally the same price as a standard ticket and it it should cover your personal assistant/carer at no extra cost or a discounted price .. So disabled customers who need  their own personal assistance will use this service. For concerts/festivals, disabled tickets will also get you into certain seating depending on your needs. I will explain more later on.

I have no idea what the law says in regards to this subject but i don’t think public venues are ‘forced‘ to have complimentary or discounted carers tickets, I think it’s up to the venue/business. I also think the government probably advise to allow one carer in for free/discounted. If it’s not the law it should be! 

So if you need someone with you because of your disability/health then you can buy these tickets. The ‘complimentary‘ carers ticket is for you to have someone with you who will help/support you during your time at the venue/event. It can be someone you employ, a carer or a friend/family member as long as they have the ability to support  you. 

EVIDENCE                                            

Most places will ask you for some sort of evidence supporting your need for a disabled ticket. For those of us with physical disabilities the best forms of ID to prove your disability ESP if it’s like ours ‘invisible‘ is to present your disabled freedom/travel-card  or a disabled parking permit known as the ‘Blue Badge‘. 





Both forms of ID are useful as they have your photo on it and they are  both allocated by your local town hall/city council. They won’t question your disability once you have this. Another form of evidence is a copy of your DLA (disability living allowance) certificate.       

 

             

If you do not have any of the above please consider applying for them because if you need to buy a disabled ticket or need a carer you should be entitled to one of the above.                   To those who can’t get the above or don’t fit in with the ‘criteria’ I would get a stamped  doctors letter explaining you are disabled and need a carer for whichever reason.. Iv never used a letter before as I have always had the above

GENERAL INFORMATION ON BUYING A DISABLED TICKET AT DIFFERENT VENUES ! ! 

So it’s different in different places 

Museums: most are free but for the ones that charge or if your going for a certain exhibition they most likely allow a carer in for free. Also most of the big museums like the V&A or the National History Meusum have wheelchairs & walking frames on site for visitors to use. I like the frames with the seat! 

Tourist Attractions: places like the ‘London Eye’ or a ‘Themes Riverboat Cruise’ count as attractions.. Most and probably all have disabled tickets with a free carer. You can also book these tickets online or through their telephone booking service! I always recommend buying your ticket ahead when it comes to touristic places as they tend to get very busy! Speaking about it being busy, because you have purchased a disabled ticket you can also join the fasttrack queue when entering your venue! Some places like the London eye can have queues that last for 3 hours at peak time/season so the fast track will really help! 

Concerts/Festivals:  My favourite thing in the world ATM and it’s only because I’v been to soo many recently! Last Year I saw over 30 artists preforms live!! It’s crazy now I look back… I will do a more detailed entry about concerts and festivals as its allot to take in. So the best and most of the time the only way to book disabled tickets for gigs is by telephone! Most of the main ticket providers have dedicated accessible booking lines. That means only disabled tickets can be bought on that line… Most of the disabled lines are charged at the local rate which is a huge bonus as you can bee waiting for a long time when tickets first go on sale.. Once you get through they will ask you about your disability and how it effects you, they will also try and figure out the best seating for you! For concerts they won’t ask you to send evidence of your disability but they may check on the night of your concert. Festivals on the other had will ask you to scan and email your evidence to them so they make sure that disabled people get disabled tickets which I think is really good and they accept all the evidence I mentioned earlier.. To get the number you need to call look at their website or search it on google. The main sites and venues for concerts and shows are : The O2 and TicketMaster  

Cinema: Now this one is not as easy as the rest especially if you have an invisible disability! The amount of times i argued with cinema staff is crazy! That was before I found out that you can apply for a disabled cinema card!! Yep that’s right! Most of the major cinemas like Vue, Odeon and a increasing number of smaller companies are part of the ‘CEA Card Scheme’.  this scheme has been developed by the ‘Cinema Exhibitors’ Association for UK cinemas. You don’t need a card for the cinema to make your visit more enjoyable but it does ensure you get a complimentry carers ticket! The card is the same size as a oyster or credit card which is perfect because it fits in your purse! 



It cost £10 a year to be part of this scheme but it’s worth it!! Here’s the link to apply: https://www.ceacard.co.uk

Theatres: most theatres in London have really bad access because they are old buildings… The best way to get a ticket that suits you is to ring them up as they will tell give you the best advice… Again your carer ticket should be free and you may get a consession price because the buildings are not that accessible. Look at this link for more info http://www.officiallondontheatre.co.uk/access/

Theme Parks: there are many theme parks/fairs around the UK. To be honest I have only gone to Thorpe Park since my EDS became a problem. Their websites will give you the best information. You can buy disabled tickets on the site or through their booking line. You will get a carer in for free. Also when you enter ask them to point you in the direction of the disabled access   team or customer service. When you get there you can get a access map of the park and also any other important information. You will also be given fast track  bands so you can jump the queue and won’t have to wait in the main queue.. They take all the Id listed above but I would also get a doctors letter saying you are allowed on the rides especially if you suffer from POTs

TRAVELING IN THE EU: I recently went to Disneyland Paris!!! It was a dream come true!!! Honestly I am obsessed with everything disney but could never afford to go. Then I saw a deal on groupon for £99 trip by coach including the ticket entry! Will tell you about it another time 😊. 



Anyway your carer goes for free and you also get to jump the queue for rides.. They have other arrangements too like disabled seating and so on… You will need to take your blue badge as it is recognised in France and can be used all across Europe. If you don’t have one then you will need a stamped doctors letter!  Please research any attractions outside the UK! 

Advice 

Hope this is helpful and please contact me with any questions also comment any useful advice and links we can use in regards to disabled tickets! I have added links throughout this blog. Click on any highlighted blue words to take you to relevant sites…

Just a few extra points:

  • Always ring the venue before purchesing you ticket especially if it’s your first time 
  • Look for reviews online regarding disabled tickets 
  • Most big venues like arenas and theme parks have disabled parking 
  • Don’t be afraid to ask! Most places are very helpful especially if you are honest about your condition. The staff are not psychic! So make sure you communicate your needs and any worries 
  • Work out the safest and easier route to your Vanue before the actual day 
  • Always be prepared 
  • Bring any medication you need, bring Id, make sure you have your medical ID card/braclet on. Also I bring a copy of my prescription just incase 
  • Bring your own food as these venues are pricey
  • Check restrictions on liquid items including water and even if the venue says no to bringing water but you need it please talk to the manager and explain why you need it! They normally make exceptions 
  • Always look out for the fast track queue 
  • Ask your doctor before attending anything your unsure about
  • Keep an eye on for this sign! I like to call him Angel! Lol
  • If you have a friend or family member who looks after you for free take them to your concert! That means your not paying extra for an employed PA and if they are willing you can split the price of the ticket if the carer ticket is complimentry! I do this most of the time because it’s allot nice being with someone who will enjoy it with you! Also allot cheaper especially if your on a low income 
  • Use google!!! Put the word disabled next to your venue/event details in the search engine and it will take you to the page you need instead of looking around 
  • If you have any problems or issues make sure you voice them to the company! I will deal with the situation as it happens. If you are still unhappy complain in writing!  Email is the best form at you have proff! I always out them on Twitter first to get their attention then follow whet they suggest when they reply! It’s the most effective way! 
  • Give the venue feedback it’s your responsibility! Praise them on things that have gone well and also advise them on things they can improve! We want the venues to have a good relationship with disabled customers! So have good communication with them! 

Ok think that’s enough I will probably go through each venue and review them later on! Please share this with anyone who will benifit from this 

Good luck and I hope to see more of you going out there to do the fun stuff because we can!! 😊 

Peace and love xxx

Ps : the wireless lineup has got even better!!



 I got my three day pass! After you buy the ticket they will send you an email asking you to send evidence of you disability and an application form to get access to the platform and a carer! You have two weeks from the day you purchsed the ticket to fill out the form.  

You can buy your tickets from the website http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/wireless

Or ring them on: 02071952133 

I rang them to book the tickets and I would  advise you to buy them over the phone to! It’s better to talk to someone and ask them questions before you purchase! LET ME KNOW IF YOU ARE GOING TO THE LONDON DATES!!





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