Participate in VisitEngland's Survey on Accessibility Related Information. What Do You Need to Know to Plan Your Trip?
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VisitEngland, the national tourist board, is conducting a survey on accessibility related information required by visitors when planning to visit tourist destinations. Please take the short online survey. Your views will help tourism destinations across England to provide you with the information you require.
VisitEngland, the national tourist board, works with tourism destinations, organisations and businesses across England to improve the accessibility of holiday travel in England.
We know that people with access needs - particularly people with impairments - require certain information regarding their chosen holiday or short-break destination to be able to plan their trip.
We are interested in the views of people with access needs and also people who care for or help arrange travel for people with access needs.
This survey focuses on what specific accessibility related information you require about the destination. This may cover getting there (e.g. accessibility of train station), getting around (e.g. provision of blue badge parking), the local environment (e.g. if it is hilly) and assistance during your stay (e.g. hospital contact details).
On this occasion we are not seeking views on the information you require on individual tourism venues e.g. hotels.
Please follow the link below to complete a short online survey. Your views will help tourism destinations across England to provide you with the information you require.
Should you have any queries or difficulty completing the survey online, email the VisitEngland Research Team at VEResearch@visitengland.org
The survey will close on March 20th at 12pm. Many thanks for your input.
Go to the survey: https://response.questback.com/visitengland/hw5pjltjzw/
VisitEngland is an Associate Member of ENAT