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    Feeling fearless in accessible Germany

    Germany has long offered accessible holidays to cities and any number of other destinations and events but it may come as a surprise to you to find that you can also pursue sporting and leisure activities that enable disabled people to take on challenges that they may never have thought possible. ‘Feeling fearless?’ is a new programme of accessible holiday activities designed to encourage disabled people with a taste for adventure to do something different on their next holiday.


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    Top tips on how to make your bathroom accessible

    If you have any physical limitations, using the bathroom can be difficult without help. But making changes to your bathroom, sometimes even small ones, can make it a lot easier. That’s why we’ve asked accessible bathroom specialist Clos-o-Mat for its top tips on how to adapt your bathroom.


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    Getting around Edinburgh with Lothian Buses

    Scotland has a truly diverse capital city with grand attractions such as Edinburgh Castle through to the great bridges across the Firth of Forth. Visitors can enjoy many individual areas – each with its own identity such as the Old Town, New Town and Leith. Edinburgh’s award winning public transport operators Lothian Buses, Edinburgh Trams and Edinburgh Bus Tours work hard to ensure that all passengers find services accessible and can get out and about to enjoy Scotland’s Capital.


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