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Access All Areas: accessible Exmoor

As part of our Access All Areas series on accessible tourism, Disability Horizons co-founder Martyn Sibley visits the stunning Exmoor National Park. Exmoor National Park is beautiful. Filled with rolling

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An accessible house in Prague to rent!

This holiday home is a beautifully restored 19th century cottage in Prague’s historic Brevnov neighbourhood. It’s ideal for a family holiday, the property is a family home with 2 available

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Access All Areas: my accessible adventures in Catalonia

As part of our Access All Areas series of videos and articles about accessible tourism opportunities, Disability Horizons co-editor, Martyn Sibley visits the beautiful Catalan capital of Barcelona. This July

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Accessible Caribbean island: from a travel addict and wheelchair user

Cory Lee is a 24 year old travel addict and wheelchair user. After being diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy at a young age, he swore he would never let it

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*NOW CLOSED* Halloween competition: win an Ultimate Chocolate hamper worth £59.99 from Serenata Hampers

Halloween isn’t just about the pumpkins, it can be about those other little luxuries too! So why not treat yourself this Halloween by entering our competition to win an Ultimate

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Multiple sclerosis: we need fair treatment across the world

What is the impact of multiple sclerosis (MS) on a family living half way across the world? This is what Anisha Gangotra wanted to find out when she spent two

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Top tips to be the sexiest ‘queer crip’

If you’re gay and disabled, you may have noticed that there aren’t many ‘queer cripples’ in the public eye to identify with. Andrew Morrison-Gurza, wants to change that – he

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Lost time is never found again

What does time mean to you? For some people time is money, while for others, time is what they are losing when trying to perform normal everyday tasks. For someone

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Disability counselling: could it help you?

Counselling can be an invaluable tool in helping someone grow and change for the better. But issues with disability are often ignored. Helen Rutherford, who is disabled herself, wants to

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Disability behind and in front of the camera

How many disabled people do you imagine are film makers? Not many we suspect. Well Athena Stevens, a film maker herself, aims to change that. After all, how are we

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