Days Out blogs

Read what our Days Out bloggers have to say about the Guide and their accessible adventures.

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Travel the world

Scope Campaign Manager, Rosemary Frazer, shares her thoughts on why being disabled shouldn't stop you from travelling around the world.

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Basenji dog walking in the park

Dog walking in Tehidy Park

Sharon works for Arthritis Care and is a trustee for Disability Cornwall. She shares her day out at Tehidy Park walking her dogs.

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Krakow, street with Saint Mary's Basilica

My European road trip

Martyn Sibley has Spinal Muscular Atrophy. In this blog, Martyn introduces us to the experience he had on his European road trip.

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Rail of second-hand clothes on display at Old Spitalfields Market

A fun day at the market for Lara!

From sampling free food to shopping for sparkling brooches and waistcoats, Lara Masters tells us about the fun she had at Spitalfields and Old Spitalfields Market.

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Edinburgh skyline as seen from Calton Hill

Accessible things to do in Edinburgh

Emma aka Simply Emma is a disability and travel blogger from a small town in Scotland, living with a physical disability, Muscular Dystrophy. As part of our days out blogs Emma has visited the most accessible things to do in Edinburgh.

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Forest of Dean

Exploring the great outdoors with Treasure Trails

Amanda Ingham works for Aspire Living, a local Herefordshire charity. She tells us about the fun days out has with Erica to help support her family.

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Bingo Game

Lara Masters’ guilty pleasure: Bingo!

As part of our days out blogs Lara Masters tells us all about her guilty pleasure, Bingo!

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Mother and son are walking with a dog

Canine walks in the English countryside

Caroline Stringer a publications Officer at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, tells us about a day out with her dogs, including former Battersea residents Star & Alf.

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Scarborough Sea Life Centre

A day out to the Sea Life centre in Scarborough

Amy, a mum of five including daughter Isabelle who has sensorineural deafness in both ears, writes about her day out to Scarborough Sea Life Centre.

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Rough Guide to Accessible Britain front cover

Get out and about with the brand new Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

With over 180 reviews of accessible days out to choose from, there’s something for everyone in the brand new Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.

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