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Planning an accessible Caribbean holiday

Ever dreamt of going to the Caribbean but assumed it’s not accessible? Holiday Hypermarket tells Disability Horizons how to plan an accessible Caribbean holiday and make it possible. A Caribbean holiday

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Guest post: best accessible days out in the UK

With the weather slowly improving, now is the best time to start thinking about exploring the UK. But, where to go and what to do? Katie Richards, from Sykes Cottages

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Accessible Tenerife: part 2

Tempted by Tenerife? Last week, Co-editor Martyn Sibley shared a video about his time in Tenerife, discussing both the allure of its fine weather and accessibility. Here he talks to

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Download Festival: do accessibility and heavy metal mix?

The sun is finally starting to shine! Is summer on its way? It’s time, therefore, to start thinking about festivals. So we thought we’d speak to Mark Carew. He’s a

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Mexico: accessible or not?

Have you ever wanted to go to Mexico but wondered whether it’s accessible? Read about wheelchair user Laurie Young’s experience of travelling there and the accessible resort in ‘paradise’. My

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G’day from accessible New Zealand: part 2

Earlier in the week we heard from Disability Horizons contributor Toyah Wordsworth, who shared her experience of the first part of her trip to New Zealand. Find out how she

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G’day to accessible New Zealand: part 1

Ever wanted to visit New Zealand? My name is Toyah Wordsworth and, in 2011, I was able to go on the holiday of a lifetime to New Zealand (along with

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Trailblazing as a tourist in Liverpool

My name is David Gale. I live in Carlisle (UK) and I have Beckers Muscular Dystrophy. I’m also a Trailblazer! We’re a national network of more than 400 young disabled people,

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Greek Islands: sun and stony beaches

New Disability Horizons contributor, Kate Bennell, who is visually impaired, tells us about her recent trips to the Greek Islands Corfu and Kefaloni, from walks in the mountains to traditional

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Is the Lake District accessible?

Regular contributor, 14-year-old Freddie Sheffield, who recently wrote about his accessible New York City trip, tells Disability Horizons about how accessible he found the Lake District. As a disabled traveller,