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Wheelchair Friendly Cottages and Lodges

Wheelchair Friendly Pubs and Inns

Wheelchair Friendly Holiday Cottages, Let’s Collaborate:

Accessible Cottages

Wheelchair Friendly Walks

Wheelchair Day Out in Blackpool

Accessible Days Out on the North West Coast

Days Out
Ask most people if they’ve visited the North West coast, and they’ll tell you they’ve been to the Lake District or Blackpool. Whilst both locations are unique in their own right, I can’t help thinking [more]

Wheelchair Friendly Days Out and Things to Do

Days Out in Liverpool

35 Things to Do in Liverpool in a Wheelchair

Days Out
Here we have a handpicked selection of attractions, days out, and tourist hotspots in Liverpool. This growing list includes our days out in a wheelchair, days out from other disabled bloggers, and attractions we find [more]

Wheelchair Friendly Staycations and Weekend Breaks

Dublin in Ireland

8 Free and Accessible Things to Do in Dublin

Wheelchair Accessible Travel
It’s been far too long since we last visited Dublin, and we’re long overdue for a return. To get those Dublin juices flowing and to go some way towards planning our next visit, I’ve written [more]

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Mobility Equipment Suppliers, Let’s Collaborate:

Accessible Travel in the UK

Travel Aids and Mobility Equipment

Buying a Lightweight Wheelchair

How to Choose a Lightweight Wheelchair

Travel Aids
It’s a big decision to start using a lightweight wheelchair, and it somehow feels like you’re giving up, and for some people, there’s the embarrassment of being seen in a wheelchair. Honestly, I get it. Bridget had [more]

A Lightweight Wheelchair in a Bag

Travel Aids
It’s not often we get invited to test mobility products, so when Fenetic Wellbeing asked us to try their “Deluxe Wheelchair in a Bag“, I was surprised and intrigued because I’d never heard of a [more]

Wheelchair Friendly Travel Tips and Advice

Travel with Rheumatoid Arthritis

9 Tips for Travelling with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Travel Tips
Those who’ve tried travelling with Rheumatoid Arthritis already know how hard it can be. Even the shortest trip with Rheumatoid Arthritis feels like you’re trying to conquer Mount Everest with an elephant on your back [more]
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