Kent, known as the ‘Garden of England’ is a beautiful place to visit at any time of year, particularly in summer/autumn as the countryside changes from lush green to autumn golds. There are some surprisingly accessible & out of the ordinary places to visit. Here’s our latest finds: Two restaurants of note, …are owned and…

We’ve previously written about gardening tips for people with disabilities so it’s good to know that Gardener’s World presenter, Mark Lane, has similar tips, plus more, in this article. Including: Getting to know your body, abilities and possible limitations Finding your perfect garden style (from seaside-inspired to sensory) The benefit of raised beds and elevated…

March Madness free online festival featuring some of the most innovative disabled and non-disabled artists March Madness is a free to attend music festival taking place this Spring Equinox on the 20th March 2021. The online festival will feature an array of disabled and non-disabled music artists, thought leaders, comedians and poets. It’s free so…

Update Jan 2020: We’ve received¬† a review saying Rocky Mountain Adaptive in Canada is also good for adaptive skiing. Looks good if you can get a cheap flight. …………………………… Snow has arrived early and in abundance in Europe so the ski season has well and truly arrived. Ski-ing has become more and more inclusive and…

Celebrate 50 Years Since The Moon Landing at Two Iconic and Accessible Space Centres The National Space Centre, Leicester¬† Featured in our Valentine’s article, this is an experience at any time. More importantly you can go for a sleep over in celebration of 50 years since the Moon Landing, 20th July 1969. Accessible and welcoming…

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