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Accessible day trips

Neuro Café 17th August 2022 by Linda S

Sarah hosted today's session on travel tips and inspiration for over the summer break. Despite a survey claiming 70% of disabled people do not fly, being disabled does not mean you cannot travel! Travel home and abroad is possible but requires planning.


  • Location of trip ​

  • Is it accessible to your level of mobility? ​

  • Would hiring a mobility scooter/electric wheelchair help? ​

  • How long do you want to be away from home?​

  • How will you get there ? ​

  • Toilets/ facilities ?​

  • Do you want to go alone or with others? ​

  • Do you need to take medication? ​


  • Radar key. Gives access to disabled toilets around the UK.

  • Motability - Scooters, powered wheelchairs. Leased using mobility allowance.

  • Shop mobility - Centres around the UK, which hire out mobility equipment to the public.


  • Limitless Travel. A specialist holiday provider for people who have mobility restrictions and disabilities. The company was set up by Angus Drummond, who was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy when he was 22.

  • Visit London accessible day trip inspiration in London:

  • Rough guides: Guide to accessible Britain:

  • Disable access review site Euan's guide. Disabled people, their family, friends and carers can find and share reviews on the accessibility of venues around the UK and beyond.

Accessible entertainment

Here are some ideas to explore...

The Members' Area has more information.

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