Welcome to Accessible Derbyshire Charity no: 1155675
Derbyshire is a beautiful county. Its peaks, dales, woodland and waterways form one of the most breathtaking landscapes in the world, its stunning towns and villages are full to the brim with interesting places to visit and great things to do. No wonder the Peak District is the second most visited National Park in the world!
For some people, however, accessing all that Derbyshire has to offer is tough.
If you are disabled our hills and valleys and their old, listed buildings – the very things that make Derbyshire special - can seem out of reach.
At Accessible Derbyshire we have a dream: to make life easier for disabled people and their travelling companions.
Our aim is to bring together - in one place - all the information you need to get out and about in Derbyshire and the Peak District and enjoy life to the full!
Whether you are looking for a level stroll round a pretty village followed by afternoon tea in a quaint cafe or a sumptuous meal in a local pub or fancy a more adventurous accessible activity such as cycling, sailing or climbing the hills on a Boma 7 all–terrain wheelchair this is the site for you!
If you want to know where you can take a break in a luxurious fully-accessible holiday property or hotel, want to know where the Changing Places toilets are in Derbyshire or which local events or attractions might be suitable for you then look no further!
Accessing everything is impossible but, working closely with Visit Peak District, the Peak National Park Authority, Derbyshire County Council and District Councils we’ll tell you exactly what’s out there so you can choose what’s right for you. This is, if you like, tourism ‘on the level’……..
So, with all the information you need just a click away what are you waiting for? Go out and explore Accessible Derbyshire!
Opening up accessible opportunities...
1st Aug Accessible Derbyshire Awards 2018 - Nominations now open! In 2016 we held the first ever Accessible Derbyshire...
23rd Jul 'Summertime Slam' Multi-Activity Festival, 28th July Fancy trying something new this Summer? Then why not head down...