News (March 2021) - Accessible Holidays - Tourism For All

  • logo for the south west tourism awards 2020
    In News

    Finalists announced for South West Tourism Excellence Awards 2020/21

    After the longest awards season ever, 75 finalists and 33 commended businesses have been named in the regional Tourism Awards, which saw over 400 entries from across Devon, Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly, Bath, Bristol, Dorset, Somerset, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.

  • roman baths
    In News

    The Roman Baths set to reopen on 17 May

    The Roman Baths is set to reopen its doors to the public on 17 May, and staff are looking forward to welcoming the first visitors of 2021. The historic site has been closed since 31 December in line with Government guidance.

  • Take on a challenge for Autism Awareness Week
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    Take on a challenge for Autism Awareness Week

    This Autism Awareness Week, the National Autistic Society is hosting a huge virtual events encouraging you all to take part in a seven themed challenge – from wherever you are in the world! You don’t even need to leave your house!

  • The UK’s ten most accessible beaches
    In Newsfeatures

    The UK’s ten most accessible beaches

    It doesn’t matter whether it is summer or winter, a visit to the beach is always good for a day out and luckily, no matter where you are in the UK, you’re never too far away from one. If you have a mobility impairment, you might not think beaches are for you, but there are actually a host of accessible beaches and coastal areas that have beach wheelchairs and other mobility aids available to hire for the day. Here are ten UK beaches for an accessible day out at the seaside!

  • work with me logo
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    Welsh Water joins WorkWithMe campaign

    Welsh Water is one of only twenty companies in Wales to have achieved the Disability Confident Leader status after joining forces with the Work With Me initiative from Scope and Virgin Media, aiming to grow a community of businesses committed to thinking and acting differently about disability.

  • nike shoe boxes
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    Hands free trainers launched

    Nike have been applauded for their latest launch, a pair of hands free trainers, which were designed to better support disabled athletes.