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Road trip to Switzerland!

Mountain air, chocolate, cuckoo clocks and cheese, yes… this time around Disability Horizons’ co-editor and roving globetrotter talks about his recent road trip to Switzerland and his experience of having

Martin’s trek across Devon: on 4 wheels!!

Martin Symons talks about his recent challenge travelling across Devon in a specially adapted off-road powered wheelchair. After the Hadrian’s Wall Coast to Coast in 2009, I wanted to do

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The London Underground – An accessible future?

Transport for London (“TfL”) who are responsible for managing the London Underground are currently investing billions of pounds to upgrade the network in a process that will continue over the

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Coast to coast: a journey across England

Martin Symons talks about the challenge he undertook in 2009 travelling across England in a specially adapted off road wheelchair. I have a rare condition called Klippel-Feil Syndrome It creates

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Matt’s marathon

Matthew King from Bedford, who is about to start his career as a lawyer, completed the New York marathon in 2007 in his chin controlled powered wheelchair, which he uses

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Cruising the world over!

Katy Etherington from London who runs the PA recruitment website PA Pool loves to travel by cruise ship and recently went on a round the world tour! She kindly shares

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A trip to Tenerife

Disability Horizons co-editor Srin Madipalli, recently went on a holiday to Tenerife, he writes an article about travelling to one of Europe’s holiday hotspots and his experience going scuba diving

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Starting your own business: Rob Smith

Rob Smith writes for DH about acquiring his disability and the journey he has taken since. This amazing journey has resulted with the creation of numerous businesses and world of

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Researching the tourism experiences and needs of people with hearing loss

Sandra Rhodda is Director of Access Tourism New Zealand and Access Tourism Research Programme Leader at the New Zealand Tourism Research Institute (TRI), Auckland University of Technology and she writes

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We need youuuu!!!!

Welcome back again to this second edition of Disability Horizons! Since our launch last month, the response we have received can only be described as overwhelming and frankly, beyond our