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  • picnic hamper with food and drink
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    The UK’s most accessible picnic spots

    As the weather starts to get better, why not enjoy some of the UK’s most beautiful spots with a picnic? These spots are also accessible, so the whole family can join in, regardless of their mobility or accessibility needs.

  • sign language
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    Are you deaf aware?

    Did you know that 3rd – 9th May is Deaf Awareness Week? To mark the occasion, we thought we would share some of our tips to make sure that you are as D/deaf aware as possible – that way you can help make your organisation, or even just your day to day life, as accessible as possible.

  • person in a wheelchair on a beach
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    Accessible self catering holidays

    As the UK starts to come out of lockdown, one of the first accommodation providers that can open are self catering properties, so if you’re looking to enjoy an accessible holiday to celebrate the end of lockdown, take a look at these options.

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    In News

    How accessible is Wine Tourism?

    Do you have an access need / disability? Do you enjoy wine, are you over 18 and do you have an interest in visiting / purchasing wine from wineries around the UK?

  • train stations
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    New accessibility services on Network Rail

    Stations managed by National Rail in the Southern region are offering new facilities to make the service more accessible, which will primarily benefit passengers using British Sign Language as well as blind and visually impaired toilet facilities.