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How to plan an accessible summer holiday in the UK

Whether you're looking for a beach holiday or a culture-filled city getaway, the UK has a lot to offer this summer. We've shared our tips on how to plan an enjoyable and accessible summer holiday with some added recommendations of where to visit.

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Chloe Tear: “My first guide dog Dezzie changed my life”

Disability blogger, Chloe Tear, shares her experience getting her first guide dog, Dezzie and how it's changed her life for the better.


Introducing The Motability Lifestyle Pod

The Motability Lifestyle Pod has arrived. A brand new, accessible, podcast brought to you by the team behind Motability’s award-winning Lifestyle magazine. Expect uplifting and feel-good content with lots of laughter. Find out where to watch and listen.


Superhero Series: learn about the UK’s one & only disability sports series for the Everyday Superhero

The Superhero Series is a programme of fun, group sports events organised specifically for people with disabilities. Read our article to find out more, including how you can get involved with the events – both in person and at home!


Accessible Festive Days Out

Now that December’s upon us, there are lots of fun activities to help you get into the festive spirit. Rough Guides have chosen some of their top picks here.

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Great podcasts for people living with disabilities

Here's a list of some of the most inspirational and informative podcasts for people living with disabilities.

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Troy Kotsur wins best supporting actor Oscar for Coda

This awards season marked a big milestone for disability representation in the media, with Troy Kotsur becoming the first deaf man to win an Oscar for acting. Read more about the importance of the award in this article from The Guardian.


Channel 4’s disabled presenting line-up for Winter Paralympics is ‘global first’

In very exciting news, the Winter Paralympic Games will be presented entirely by disabled presenters and pundits on Channel 4's coverage! Read this article by Kerri-Ann Roper from the Press Association for more information on the talented and diverse team.


Meet the founder of Euan’s Guide, the award-winning disabled access charity

Euan’s Guide, supported by Motability Operations, has launched a new access survey to give disabled people and their families the chance to share their experiences and feedback on how accessible Britain is. Read this interview with Euan MacDonald, the founder of Euan's Guide, to learn more.


Back on the Road After 11 Months

Getting back on the road after a period of not driving can feel a little daunting. Sarah Alexander-Georgeson, a disability and lifestyle blogger, shares her experience of getting back on the road after 11 months of not driving.


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