TFA at the Best of Britain & Ireland: 28-29 March 2009

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Tourism for All UK will have a stand (No 374) at this exciting new show
that invites you to explore the best of Britain and Irelands heritage,
flavours, adventure, countryside, coast and luxury experiences.

They will be available to give advice and guidance about accessible tourism, pass along their new Easy Access guide (free to members), explain membership privileges, and spak about their new collaboration with RADAR and VisitBritain to create OPEN BRITAIN, to be launched later this year

Chris Holmes, Britain's most successful Paralympic swimmer winning 9 Gold Medals, 6 of them at a single Game (Chris lost his sight aged 14), will be making a presentation with Tourism for All in the Active Theatre at 1.30 pm on Saturday 28th March. He will be showing how the inspiration provided by the UK's paralympians and the hosting of the games in London is an opportunity to change provision and attitudes to disability forever.

TFA have been allocated a number of FREE tickets for the show. For your chance to win please email, including your name and address.

The show will have 6 feature trails running through it relevant to
particular interests: heritage, countryside, flavours, coastal, active
and luxury. These trails can be picked up at your leisure, and will
include relevant exhibitors and finish at an interactive feature related
to the particular trail.

There will also be a series of guided trails  throughout the day lead by the Blue Badge Tour Guides. Guided tours include topics such as:

  • Life on the Edge - secrets of the seashore Coast around Britain and Ireland in thirty minutes
  • King of the Castle - Kings or dirty rascals? Whose side are you on?
  • A Spire to Heaven - simply divine buildings
  • Off with their Heads! - battles, murders and dirty deeds
  • A Spoon with a View - fabulous fare from fabulous places

A Taste of Britain and Ireland in thirty minutes.

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TFA at the Best of Britain & Ireland: 28-29 March 2009
Tourism for All UK will have a stand (No 374) at this exciting new showthat invites you to explore…