Facilities available at various sites that support disabled rambling

Sizergh Castle now has a Tramper


Sizergh Castle near Kendal in Cumbria now has a Tramper for use around the grounds.   There are plans to extend available routes.  Disabled Ramblers visited Sizergh in June 2014 when we had a regional ramble here.  www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sizergh/  

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The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain


Updated version now available:  The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain  

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Access the (Yorkshire) Dales

Access the (Yorkshire) Dales

Debbie is raising funds to buy a Tramper for the National Trust at Malham Tarn (which we visited last year). You can read all about her and her other projects at http://accessthedales.wordpress.com/about/ She is on Facebook – accessthedales, twitter-@accessthedales and has a blog site accessthedales.com To donate, visit her Just Giving page -www.justgiving.com/accessthedales

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Val is Volunteers Co-ordinator

Val is Volunteers Co-ordinator

Volunteers are the life-blood of the Disabled Ramblers. On rambles they open gates, police road crossings, help get scooters through difficult sections and generally reassure & encourage ramblers. Behind the scenes they deliver the MSU (Mobile Support Unit) with our loan scooters and Mobile Accessible Toilet to the rambles – and get everything ready for […]

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