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Travel & Holidays

Tailored Leisure: accessible breaks to boost your wellbeing

Disabled mum of two Tara tells us about her new business, Tailored Leisure, which helps disabled people find accessible breaks…

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Copenhagen: is it as accessible as it is beautiful and cultured?

Copenhagen has a reputation for being a beautiful city. But is it as accessible as it is attractive? Read wheelchair…

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5 tips for travelling with a disability

Everyone should get the opportunity to travel, regardless of their age, current responsibilities or disability. If you have a disability,…

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Why Berlin is perfect for an accessible getaway

Derry Felton, who has a spinal cord injury and uses a power wheelchair, details his trip to Berlin, an incredibly…

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AccessAble: accessibility information for across the UK

With its Detailed Access Guides, website and app AccessAble helps you to plan days out and holidays across the UK,…

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Accessible and dog-friendly Norfolk cottage

If you're looking for a holiday in the UK this autumn, take a look at this accessible cottage in Norfolk…

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Disabled-friendly group holidays in accessible Tenerife 

Have you ever been to Tenerife or on a disabled-friendly group holiday? Find out why accessible Tenerife is a great…

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Top 5 mobility aids to rent for your next holiday

Travelling soon and worried about bringing your mobility aids along, such as a ramp, hoist and bath aids? Skip the…

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Escape to the sunshine in accessible Pula and Istria in Croatia

Planning a holiday to enjoy some sunshine this winter but need somewhere that's wheelchair accessible? Surprisingly accessible Pula and Istria…

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We review new accessible caravan open at Belle Aire Holiday Park

A holiday park in Norfolk has opened a luxury accessible caravan. Our writer and wheelchair user, Emma Purcell, spent the…

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