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    Accessible things to do for thrill seekers

    If you’re the kind of person that likes to get the adrenaline pumping, you’ll no doubt be looking for an adventure or two this spring. If that’s the case, we’ve pulled together a few suggestions of accessible adventure and theme parks perfect for the thrill seekers among you.

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    Book a B&B stay for National B&B Week

    Did you know that there are over 20,000 B&Bs all over the UK? No? Well, now you do! March is the month in which the tourism industry celebrates National B&B Week, where visitors are encouraged to stay at a B&B and to raise awareness of this amazing institution. This year’s event is being held between 16th and 22nd March, so we’ve put together a few suggestions of accessible B&Bs for you to check out and maybe stay during National B&B Week.

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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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    Travelling with Your Carer: What Are Your Options?

    Everybody needs a holiday every now and then, but for some people, it’s not as straight-forward as simply deciding on a destination and booking it. For people with mobility issues or specific needs, there are also a number of other things that need to be taken into account.

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    Book an accessible holiday with one of these holiday parks in 2020

    When it’s cold and dark out there is nothing better than imagining being somewhere warm and luxurious, so why not use this opportunity to start researching where you can head on holiday this year? There are loads of options for accessible accommodation all over the UK that you can find here, but have you ever considered booking a stay at a holiday park?

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    How to have a stress free holiday

    Booking a holiday and getting to your destination are two incredibly stressful things regardless of whether or not you need additional accessible facilities. With 2020 now here and the dark, cold nights not changing for another couple of months, you might be thinking ahead to your holiday this year, so we thought we’d put together some tips to help make your planning and travelling as simple and stress free as possible.

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    Tips for travelling with a guide dog

    There are over 10 million people in the UK with a disability of some kind and many of them have a service dog to support them in their day to day lives. We’re all aware of Guide Dogs for the Blind, but there are also dogs offering support to those with conditions such as Asperger’s, autism and a variety of other medical conditions. Whatever role your service dog is providing, make sure you know all the rules and regulations when you’re travelling.

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    Have a relaxing start to 2020

    Christmas is supposed to be a restful time, but we all know that it’s actually very busy for the majority of us, with this in mind, why not start the year as you mean to go on with a bit of rest and relaxation? There are a whole host of accessible spas and leisure hotels and attractions around the UK offering just that – so we thought we’d put together a few suggestions of places you can go for a relaxing start to the year.