Explore the South West with The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain
Everyone can visit the West Country's fantastic accessible attractions and be sure to have a great day out, with the brand new online edition of The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain returns with new family focus
Available FREE at www.accessibleguide.co.uk, the new Family Days Out reviews include more than 75 great venues and attractions. All are geared towards making the most of days out for all members of the family, from toddlers to teenagers and grandparents too.
Woof Stuff! Tips for making your dog’s day out great!
Ali Taylor is head of Canine Welfare Training at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Battersea cares for nearly 10,000 animals each year across its three sites in London, Brands Hatch and Old Windsor, and aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of its help.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain Scoops International Prize
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, has won the Publications category in the Ability Media International (AMI) Awards.
Rob Finch from Carers Direct reviews the Guide
Carers Direct editor, Rob Finch, looks at the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain from a carer’s perspective.
Our first TWIP! - Musical instruments made from carrots, the world’s hottest chilli and dancing the night away in the silent disco
Here at the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, we wanted to say a big thank you to all of our @accessibleguide Twitter followers. So, last night we held our first ever “TWIP”
First ever audio version of Rough Guide to Accessible Britain
With an introduction voiced by outdoors-adventurer Ben Fogle, the first ever audio version of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is available to download free.
The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain Awards - winners
The UK's top accessible attractions have been rewarded for their efforts to welcome disabled visitors at the first ever Rough Guides' Accessible Britain Awards - innovation, creativity and inclusiveness commended by judges.