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Support for supermarket's new scheme to help those with autism - but hopes other businesses could do more




Autistic author and poet Callum Brazzo supports the move to introduce new 'Quieter Hours' at Morrisons in Pinchbeck and across the UK, but wonders if other businesses will follow suit.
Autistic author and poet Callum Brazzo supports the move to introduce new 'Quieter Hours' at Morrisons in Pinchbeck and across the UK, but wonders if other businesses will follow suit.

A major supermarket’s new ‘Quieter Hours’ scheme has been given the thumbs-up by an autistic man in Spalding – but he says he’d like to see more on offer for people with autism.

Callum Brazzo, who writes a weekly column for our sister paper the Lincolnshire Free Press, said the initiative by Morrisons, with the support of the National Autistic Society, was a good thing.

“I have been harsh about the National Autistic Society in the past but this is one of the better things they have done,” he said.


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