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There are two types of concessionary travel pass: Age-related pass  Disabled pass The passes are available to all Norfolk residents who meet the age or disability requirements and it’s free to apply online or by post. You can apply online or download application forms from…
If you have a disability that makes travelling by train difficult you might qualify for the Disabled Persons Railcard that will allow you to get 1/3 off most rail fares throughout Great Britain. If you're travelling with an adult companion they also can get 1/3…
Rail services are now far more accessible than they were in the past and many customers with disabilities are able to use the rail network without assistance. We will always do our best to help customers that need assistance, so if you need help when…
Information from the UK Government about driving with a disability or a health condition including:  Driving with a medical condition Medical conditions, disabilities and driving Check if a health condition affects your driving Renew your short-term medical driving licence Driving eyesight rules Reapply for a driving licence…
The Mobility and Support Information Service (MASIS) is an information and signposting site for people with disabilities or long-term health conditions. It provides information on issues such as: Motoring Lifestyle Travel Shopping MASIS is also about sharing good practice and promoting healthier and more inclusive…
National Express runs a network of coach services throughout the UK. Assisted travel is available for people with special mobility needs (please call the Helpline before booking). National Express recommends that anyone wishing to travel in a wheelchair contacts them at least 36 hours in…
With a Senior Railcard anyone 60 years or over can save 1/3 on Standard and First Class rail fares throughout Great Britain for 12 whole months. A one-year Senior Railcard currently costs £30 and a three-year card £70.
Travel-Quest is an online directory of holiday accommodation for people with a disability. It includes disabled-accessible hotels, B&Bs, guest houses, and self-catering villas and cottages in the UK, Europe and worldwide. It also has listings of package, activity and special interest holidays, and a list…