Accessible Britain reviewer and foreword writer, Emma Bowler, shares her thoughts on the fourth edition: “All the sites have been reviewed by disabled people for access as well as quality entertainment, and we have introduced three fantastic new features: scenic drives, town reviews and 2012 Olympic venues, which I’m really excited about!”
The brand new fourth edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is now available to view for free via the Zinio online reader . It’s packed with over 200 inspiring ideas for fantastic worry-free days out with reviews, hints and tips on some of the UK’s best attractions written by and for disabled people.
To make planning your days out easier, entries are grouped into 10 regional chapters with everything from Olympic venues to scenic drives and coastal towns.
Every review contains all the access information you need to enjoy your day including disabled parking, wheelchair access and more.
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Delia Ray from Motability Operations and Lara Masters explain what the Guide is all about.
Here are a few hints and tips to get the most out of the Zinio reader.
Click on any web link (www.) in the book to go directly to that webpage. Click on any internal links (eg. see p.123) to go directly to that page. Click on any of the Scenic Drive maps to connect to an interactive Google Map of the route.