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    Fill in our survey and be in with a chance to win a £10 Amazon voucher!

    Here at Tourism For All, we know that the tourism and travel sector has been hit particularly hard by the restrictions rightly placed on us to protect us from the spread of Covid-19. We’re interested to see how the current situation will impact your future travel plans and want to hear from you.

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    Wheelchair friendly places to visit this summer

    You’ll know from looking through our members that there are loads of places across the UK that are wheelchair accessible, from the more obvious to the more obscure, it has never been easier to enjoy a day out.

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    National Trust announces plans to phase reopening of parks and gardens

    The National Trust has announced that from 3rd June, it will begin a phased reopening of its parks and gardens across England and Northern Ireland following recent updates from the government. The reopening will be done using an advanced booking system to limit visitor numbers and maintain public safety.

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    Tips to help when browsing the web

    While the country is on lockdown, we’ve all been spending more time online. Most websites have accessibility features, but they don’t always work with your devices, especially if they haven’t been modified, so we’ve compiled a few tips to help make technology work better for you.

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    Get involved with English Tourism Week

    English Tourism Week takes place between 25th and 31st May, however, because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Visit England has made a few changes to how the tourism industry can celebrate.

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    Crip Camp – Netflix’s documentary on disability rights | Review

    Netflix is well known for its groundbreaking original content and while we’re stuck in lockdown, no doubt you’re making the most of your free time. By exploring as much of their content as possible, if you’re looking for something else to watch, might we recommend Crip Camp, their new documentary on disability rights.

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    One Big Day events cancelled

    The Mobility Scheme has announced that the One Big Day events scheduled for this year have been cancelled following the latest advice issued by the UK Government.

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    Help support the hard of hearing this Deaf Awareness Week

    Deaf Awareness Week takes place every May, with this year’s campaign falling over the 4th – 10th May. The campaign is organised by the UK Council on Deafness and allows many different organisations that offer support to those who are deaf or hard of hearing to come together and promote their work while raising awareness.

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    Can you help the UK’s charities with the 2.6 challenge?

    You will have noticed that events all over the country have been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but what you might not know is that by cancelling these events, many charities are missing out, not just on raising awareness but also billions of pounds in income.