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    New Sustainability & Accessibility Co-ordinator for Stubcroft Campsite Ltd

    Sussex based Stubcroft Campsite Ltd. are pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Feast as our new Sustainability Co-ordinator with additional responsibility for Accessibility & Inclusivity. Mark has an MSc in Sustainability and will be responsible for our REST program (Responsible, Ethical & Sustainable Tourism).

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    Dining in The Dark in Dorset

    Dorset Blind Association's ever popular dining in the dark event is back for another year. This annual event, which is held to raise money for Dorset's blind and visually impaired community allows diners to experience what it is like to be blind for the evening, while enjoying a six course meal. 

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    Disability-Friendly Weekend Trips to Consider in 2020

    It’s always nice to get away for the weekend. To be able to break some of life’s routines every now and then is important, but if you have a disability, sometimes the logistics of getting away can be a little more complicated. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be able to travel, however.

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    Ideas for an autism friendly day out

    With February half term approaching, you might be a bit worried about heading out and about, especially if you or someone you’re with is easily overwhelmed by crowds and noise, like many people living with autism and Asperger’s are. With this in mind, we’ve put together a few suggestions for an autism friendly day out, with something to suit everyone’s tastes!

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    Liverpool airport aims to be most accessible in the north

    Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport has announced that it aims to be the most accessible airport in the north of England. The airport has collaborated with a number of organisations to make sure that they have several facilities for passengers with reduced mobility and additional needs.

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    Meet the Ambassador: Jeanette Ramsden

    Over the next few months, we’ll be introducing you to Tourism For All’s Ambassadors, a group of passionate individuals who are keen to help promote accessibility across the tourism sector. This week is Jeanette Ramsden, CEO of the Curve Group.

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    Your thoughts needed on mandatory Changing Places toilets

    The UK Government is considering making the provision of Changing Places toilets mandatory in building regulations across the hospitality and tourism sector and are now seeking feedback from industry representatives before a full decision is made.

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    Accessible things to do this half term

    If you’re anything like us, you’ll be very excited about half term, not only is it the first break of the year, but it’s the time of year that many of the UK’s top attractions open their doors after the winter break, so by visiting during half term, you’ll have the chance to try everything out before the summer starts!