The Wheelchair User’s Guide to Accessible Tourist Attractions for Shropshire

Website: (opens as a pdf guide that can be saved to your computer)

The guide has been researched and compiled by Frank Napper a wheelchair user and Chairman of the Disabled Holiday Information Group with the assistance of his wife Sue.

It’s aim is to help address the complex and often confusing tourist information that faces those who have limited mobility when making decisions about where to visit and stay.

Shropshire is one of England’s lesser known counties but with its unspoilt and varying landscape and unique towns and villages it makes an excellent holiday destination.

This is designed to give wheelchair users an insight into the kind of attractions on offer in the county and its surrounding borders.

It will also prove useful to local residents who are wanting to plan a successful day out.

Among the attractions featured are Wroxeter Roman City, The Ironbridge Gorge Museums, the Severn Valley Railway and the Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre.

It also includes a section with useful information on a selection of excellent hotels, B&B’s and self catering properties within the county.

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