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United Kingdom - Public Authorities and Tourist Boards

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06/02/2010 Accessible Yorkshire

URL: http://www.yorkshire.com/accessible-yorkshire
Yorkshire boasts an ever increasing choice of accessible accommodation, attractions and shops. A wide range of facilities are open to visitors with particular visual, hearing or mobility requirements. Discover accessible places and things to do in Yorkshire. The site includes accessible accommodation information and on-line booking.
Language(s): EN
Keyword(s): Accessibility information, access guides | Accommodation services | Adventure | Age-related issues, (seniors) | Ancient monuments | Archaeology | Attractions | Beaches | Cafés, restaurants, bars and pubs | Camping | Cycling and mountain biking | Disability, disabilities, technical aids | Health, therapy, wellness | Heritage | Mind, body, spirit | Museums and galleries | Special services for disabled visitors | Sports | Theme parks, leisure parks and water parks | Therapy, wellness | Tourist information services | Transport services | Travel services | Visual arts | Walking and hiking | Young childrens' and families' holidays and services | Youth tourism

30/06/2009 Tourism and the Disability Discrimination Act

URL: http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/DisabledPeople/TravelHolidaysAndBreaks/TravelAndHolidaysInTheUk/DG_4019030
This website provides advice to service providers about their legal obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). Any service provider who provides a service to the public in the UK, whether they charge for it or not, has duties under the DDA. Service providers include holiday accommodation, tourist attractions, restaurants and transport providers. They cannot refuse to serve you as a disabled person or provide a lower standard of service because of your disability unless it can be justified. Service providers may need to make 'reasonable adjustments' to any barriers that may prevent a disabled person using or accessing their service.
Language(s): EN
Keyword(s): Accessibility information, access guides | Accommodation services | Age-related issues, (seniors) | Airlines and air transport | Ancient monuments | Architecture, design and planning | Attractions | Beaches | Boats and boating | Buildings and facilities design, maintenance | Bus and coach transport, touring | Cafés, restaurants, bars and pubs | Camping | Car hire | Catering, restaurants, cafés | Cruises | Customer relations | Disability, disabilities, technical aids | Diving, sub-aqua | Education, training | Employment, working conditions | Equestrian sports, events | Ferries and maritime transport | Festivals - music, dance | Gardens and parks | Hospitality | Hotel management, hotel business | Information and Communication Technologies | Management of tourist venues and attractions | Marinas and ports services | Motor sports | Museums and galleries | Nature holidays | Policy, legislation | Rail travel | Retail | Shows and theatre | Special services for disabled visitors | Sports | Staff training | Standards | Suppliers of equipment | Theatre | Theme parks, leisure parks and water parks | Therapy, wellness | Tourist information services | Transport services | Travel agents | Travel services | Visual arts | Young childrens' and families' holidays and services | Youth tourism

18/06/2007 VisitBritain

URL: http://www.visitbritain.com
VisitBritain was created on 1 April 2003 to market Britain to the rest of the world and England to promote and develop England’s visitor economy. It was formed by the merger of the British Tourist Authority and England Tourism Council and is legally constituted as the British Tourist Authority under the Development of Tourism Act 1969. It is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB).
Language(s): EN

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