Tag Archives: Tourist Info

ACE – Accessible Countryside for Everyone – March 2012

To follow on from the listing of National and International accessible holiday accommodation providers http://www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk/holidays.html Listings have been added to the South West http://www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk/southwest/southwest_accommodation.html and South East http://www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk/southeast/southeast_accommodation.html Regional pages Coming up – the Snaith and Cowick Walking Festival 31st … Continue reading

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Lack of accessibility Info (on UK websites)

It this year of the London Olympics it is sad to see that so many top brand names in the hospitality industry (particularly some of the big pub chains) do not provide accessibility info on their websites. What will disabled … Continue reading

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ACE – Accessible Countryside for Everyone – February 2012

No new additions to the site at the moment – but I have been busy with housekeeping – I have fixed a number of broken links (due to external websites making changes) – also revamped the taxi pages, added a … Continue reading

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Accessible places to eat and drink in Wales

ACE now has listings of Accessible places to eat and drink in Wales – Listings can be found under the North, South or Mid Wales regions (if enough places can be identified these will be moved to the relevant county … Continue reading

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TIC contact details and Tourist Info websites

Tourist Information pages have been added, either at regional or county level, to give the contact details of TIC’s (Tourist Information Centres) or local visitor centres as well as quick links to the official tourist websites for the area. These … Continue reading

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