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Shared Care's Town Guide

This guide contains towns and cities that have been graded by the communities with Physical and Visual Disabilities according to their geographical and mobility difficulties. Certain places that are tourist attractions may be hilly, with many cobbled surfaces and unsuitable for people with physical difficulties whatever their specific disability, especially in wet weather. Others are flat and paved and suitable in most weathers.

This is the country list of establishments suggested by members of Shared Care's communities.

 
   

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Criteria and Scoring for Recommendations

Please email editor(at)shared-care.com to add a feature that would help you to choose when recommending something in this category.

1 = Acceptable: - showing some recognition and acceptance of our communities' needs. Up to 20% compliance with our criteria
2 = Fair: - compliance with 20 to 40% of our criteria
3 = Good: - showing compliance with 40 to 60% of the criteria
4 = Excellent: - showing compliance with around 60 to 80% of the criteria
5 = Exceptional: - products regarded as excellent by our community. Compliance above 80% of our criteria

Is the town generally flat
Are the pedestrian crossings marked by touch indicator paving slabs
Is there adequate disabled parking
Is there a Park and Ride
Is there adequate convenient wheelchair friendly transport, especially from any Park and Ride
Are there plenty of well signed disabled toilets
Are the pavements largely wide and smooth
Is there a shopmobility scheme in place


Please note that the town guide is for towns and cities.


For cafes, restaurants, hotels, bed and breakfast, and self-catering establishments see Places to Eat and Stay Guide and for travel see Shared Care's Travel Guide


 

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