The open spaces, beaches that go on forever, unique wildlife and ancient history is all in the county of Norfolk. These’s also some very special golf courses and water sports going on there too and Ben is on a mission to try out as much as possible, good man!
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The beautiful New Forest in Hampshire is on the South of England has some of the most stunning heathlands, ancient woodlands and wilderness in the whole of England. Rich in history, William the Conqueror turned it into his own playground for Royal Hunting way back in the 11th century, the area is full of roaming ponies and quiet forest and is a great place for Martyn to highlight all the accessible ways to enjoy the remarkable area.
Now summer is upon us maybe its time to get out and enjoy all that Eastbourne has to offer! From fine old English pubs, to trendy art galleries, great fish and chips and a stunning beach as well as a superb zoo, well just watch the video and make your own mind up, where’s my sun lounger?
Lee Valley White Water Centre is a white-water slalom centre, that was constructed to host the canoe slalom events of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
If you would like to choose form a range of fabulous activities then visit their website –
Ok, it’s one of the hardest things to do, getting the belly flat, but one of the most rewarding when you see it happen, we show you the best way to start working on your abs and get ready for your hols!
Fortnum and Mason’s Tea Salon has been a great many things for over 314 years. It began as an apartment for the Fortnum family, then became an interior decorating department in the 1920s and 1930s, and later an antiques department and a restaurant known as St. James’s.
Watch our little video to find out more…
The Abbey has been the coronation church since 1066, and is the final resting place of 17 monarchs. The church we see today was begun by Henry III in 1245. It’s one of the most important Gothic buildings in the country, and has the medieval shrine of an Anglo-Saxon saint at its heart.
London is a major global tourist destination. The city is packed with countless modern and historic attractions, but what is on offer if you or one of your party is disabled? We sent broadcaster, journalist and wheelchair user Mik Scarlet to one London’s newest, and tallest, attractions The View From The Shard to experience the facilities for disabled visitors.
*I must admit I am rather afraid of heights, so I entered the foyer of the View From The Shard with trepidation. The helpful and friendly staff put my mind at rest, and as I was whisked up way above the city I found myself gripped with a growing excitement. However nothing could prepare me for the amazing view or how accessible the experience is for everybody. It really is breath taking up there and everyone can try it, no matter what their impairment.