Download the new, free audio version of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain and plan a day out with the help of TV presenter and outdoors adventurer Ben Fogle.
Voicing a special introduction of the audio Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, Ben Fogle covers days out ideas from sheep steeple chasing in Gloucestershire to skiing in the Cairngorm mountains, to give a taster of what the audio Rough Guide to Accessible Britain includes.
The complete Guide is arranged in chapters each covering a separate part of the UK. Each attraction, including Ben Fogle's special introduction, is available to download FREE at www.accessibleguide.co.uk
The audio Guide, available to download for the first time, features inspiring reviews of over 180 attractions throughout the UK from exploring a Garden for the Senses at Alnwick Gardens in Northumberland to controlling the arm of a JCB digger at Thinktank in Birmingham. Also included are recommendations of where to try activities such as piloting a light plane, go sailing and even drive a F1 car around a race track - and all with the information and advice needed for those with accessibility requirements.
The new printed Guide is also available FREE to Blue Badge and Disabled Persons' Railcard holders.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is supported by Motability, the leading car scheme for disabled people which provides a worry-free motoring package to over half a million people in the UK.
Packed with ideas for fun day out, and how to make the most of the great British outdoors, the audio Rough Guide to Accessible Britain also includes details of organisations and events that ensure good access to camping, festivals, and children's adventure play programmes for those with disabilities, as well as the best view points to see scenic Britain from.
Listen out for additional recommendations of places to go from readers of past editions of the Guide who share their favourite days out ideas and personal tips for making the most of an attraction or experience.
The audio Rough Guide to Accessible Britain also includes details of the winners of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain Awards. These are attractions throughout the country that set the highest standards in great access and fun experiences. Featuring feedback from the Awards judges, learn more about the creative and imaginative ways that the UK's most accessible attractions ensure disabled visitors enjoy a totally inclusive experience. The best Heritage, Family, Free, Active and Readers' Choice attractions throughout the UK are covered by this section of the audio guide.
For more information on The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, and to download the FREE audio guide see www.accessibleguide.co.uk. The audio guide can be downloaded chapter by chapter, or as a full and comprehensive guide to best of accessible Britain.