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  • How you can help make travelling easier for disabled passengers
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    How you can help make travelling easier for disabled passengers

    Did you know that disabled people travel up to a third less than non-disabled people? Did you also know that one in four disabled people have experienced a negative response from other passengers? Well, now you do, so here are a few ways that you can help your fellow passengers while you’re on your daily commute.

  • Mencap’s summer camp goes ahead with new look event
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    Mencap’s summer camp goes ahead with new look event

    Learning disability charity, Mencap, decided not to cancel its annual summer camp, which took place near Oxford this year. Rather than cancelling or postponing the event, like many other charities have had to do, Mencap embraced the idea of social distancing, rebranding the event Spaced Out and going ahead with it.

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    Record-breaking year for the Roman Baths in 2019

    Tourism for All member, The Roman Baths, in the city of Bath welcomed a record-breaking 1,325,085 visitors in 2019, maintaining its spot in the top 25 most-visited attractions in the UK according to figures just released by the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA).

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    Results of our latest survey

    Tourism for All's latest survey shows that there is substantial demand among disabled travellers and their families and companions for travel and UK holidays.

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    Accessible museums reopening this summer

    Museums are some of the most accessible attractions in the UK, many of them have low lighting, interactive displays and wide rooms making them ideal for those with sensory conditions or anyone using mobility aids. With more coronavirus restrictions being lifted, these attractions are opening their doors over the summer.

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    Exemption Cards for those who can’t wear facemasks

    The team at Hidden Disabilities who brought us the sunflower lanyards have released a new exemption card which indicates that you are exempt from wearing a face covering in public because of a disability or health condition.

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    Plan announced for the safe reopening of Bath's Roman Baths

    People will be welcomed back to the city of Bath's famous Roman Baths from July 6th  as it reopens its doors with the message to please come back and enjoy a different experience as the city's council, who manage the historic baths, work to keep everyone safe. 

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    Help raise awareness this Deafblind Awareness Week

    The ongoing uncertainty with the coronavirus pandemic means that the events that are usually scheduled for Deaf-Blind Awareness, including Sense Walks have had to be cancelled, but that doesn’t mean we can’t work together to help raise awareness of the obstacles faced by those who are Deaf-Blind.