Dr Radha visited one of the guide’s most popular destinations, LEGOLAND Windsor, to promote the new guide.
Dr Radha visited one of the guide’s most popular destinations, Legoland Windsor, to promote the new guide.

A new edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain created in partnership with Motability has been released, with NHS GP, presenter and author, Dr Radha Modgil, hoping it will inspire disabled people to enjoy accessible days out this summer.

The Rough Guide to Accessible Britain has been created in partnership with Motability Operations, which owns and operates the Motability Scheme.

Dr Radha Modgil has partnered with the new edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain, which makes it easier than ever to plan inclusive days out and is available to read and download online for free here.

Packed with over 200 reviews of attractions across the UK, the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is an ideal planning tool to enjoy an inclusive day out.

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With the pandemic restrictions now lifted, many members of the public are keen to get out and start exploring what Britain has to offer again, and the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain is focused on helping to plan just that.Rough Guide to Accessible Britain

The refreshed, ninth edition of the Guide highlights venues that have gone the extra mile to make themselves accessible.

Encouraging people to discover the best parts of the UK, the detailed reviews in the Guide are designed to empower anyone with a physical, mental health or cognitive condition to enjoy an accessible day out.

Dr Radha Modgil commented: “I’m excited to be supporting this new edition of the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain. It is widely recognised, that being outdoors and in nature is vital to our wellbeing and can help combat loneliness, depression, and anxiety.

“We’re encouraging A Daily Dose of Discovery, helping people to get out and explore accessible attractions in the UK, that will in turn have a positive effect on their mental and emotional wellbeing.

“There is such a variety of venues listed in the guide and so much useful information. The summer is looking like a fun one.”

Motability provides a range of scheme-related grants to individuals, who would otherwise be unable to afford the mobility solution they need. Customers use their cars, scooters and powered wheelchairs to enable increased independence and the Guide supports the ethos of empowering people with diverse needs to live life to the full.

Disabled motorists and their friends, families and carers can find out all they need to know about getting mobile with the Motability Scheme at its One Big Day events taking place throughout the UK this summer, with the next event taking place in  Exeter on 23 July 2022.

Dr Radha visited one of the guide’s most popular destinations, Legoland Windsor, to explain the health and wellbeing benefits of an inclusive day out. Watch the launch video below:

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