The brand-new edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain has just been launched, inspiring disabled people to enjoy accessible days out this summer. Keep reading to find out more.
With the pandemic restrictions now lifted, many of us are keen to get out and start exploring what Britain has to offer again – and the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is focused on helping you plan just that.
The new, refreshed edition of the Guide is supported by presenter, author and NHS GP, Dr Radha Modgil. She is encouraging disabled people and their families to enjoy ‘A Daily Dose of Discovery’ this summer.
Packed with more than 200 ideas for inclusive days out, the new edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain makes it easier than ever to plan a Daily Dose of Discovery and is available to read and download online for free, using the link below.
Dr Radha Modgil is passionate about how small and tangible, yet powerful, daily actions can support us to feel better mentally and emotionally. Research shows that getting out and about is vital to our mental health and wellbeing. In fact, Natural England advise that we each spend at least two hours a week outside in fresh air.
This ninth edition of the Guide highlights venues that have gone the extra mile to make themselves accessible. Encouraging people to discover the best parts of the UK, the detailed reviews in the Guide are designed to empower anyone with a physical, mental health or cognitive condition to enjoy an accessible day out.
The Guide is filled with inspiration and practical advice to help plan days out. There’s something for everyone to enjoy, with wide ranging venues and attractions reviewed such as: parks and beaches, museums and galleries, theme parks and adrenaline-fuelled experiences, as well as town reviews and ideas for scenic drives around some of the most beautiful parts of the country.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain has been created in partnership with Motability Operations Ltd. Packed with over 200 reviews of attractions across the UK, the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is an ideal planning tool to enjoy an inclusive day out.