Accessible Adventures Calendar: Your Guide to Inclusive Events for February

Accessible Adventures Calendar: Your Guide to Inclusive Events for February

Welcome to February, the month of love, warmth, and accessible adventures! At Betty and Bertie, we understand the importance of making the most out of every moment, especially when it comes to creating unforgettable memories. That's why we've put together an Accessible Adventures Calendar for February, highlighting inclusive events across the UK that cater to individuals with limited mobility. Grab your folding mobility scooter, and let's explore the fantastic accessible events this month has to offer!

National Trust Delights:

Kick-start your month with the National Trust's inclusive events happening throughout February. One highlight is Charlecote's Winter Tree Walk at Charlecote Park in Warwick, Warwickshire. Discover the charm of some of the oldest and most fascinating trees in the parkland. The self-led walk takes you along grassy and uneven pathways, providing a perfect opportunity to witness the changing seasons. For those with mobility requirements, the National Trust offers the convenience of hiring an all-terrain mobility vehicle for free, ensuring everyone can enjoy the beauty of nature.

A woman joyfully rides a scooter with her friend on a walk at the national trust.

Make sure to also check out 'Light-Struck' by Ellen Carey at Lacock Chippenham, Wiltshire. This extraordinary exhibition at the Fox Talbot Museum showcases Carey's captivating work with Polaroid and camera-less techniques. The two-floor exhibit is fully accessible, with a lift conveniently located near the entrance. Don't hesitate to ask for assistance at the visitor reception if needed.

For more accessible events from the National Trust, be sure to explore their website, where you can find detailed information in the accessibility section.

Theater Magic:

Calling all theatre enthusiasts! This February, immerse yourself in accessible theatrical experiences that promise entertainment and joy.

  • The Barbican Theatre in London offers a diverse range of accessible events in music, theatre, dance, film, and art gallery programs. Don't miss their heartwarming performance of 'My Neighbor Totoro,' a show that will surely delight audiences of all ages.
Accessible seating at the barbican theatre.
  • The Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre takes the spotlight with 'Life of Pi,' a visual and emotional masterpiece based on the best-selling novel by Yann Martel. Having secured five Olivier Awards, including Best New Play, this acclaimed show promises to be a 5* theatrical phenomenon that will leave you awe-inspired.
  • At Leeds Grand Theatre, immerse yourself in the timeless beauty of 'Opera North's Così fan tutte.' This opera, known for its stunning music and intricate plot, explores the boundaries of emotion, trust, and desire in an 18th Century-styled production by Tim Albery.

So, why not indulge in the magic of theatre this February, with accessible performances designed to captivate hearts and minds? Remember to check with the Box Office for any concerns about accessible seats.

This February, embark on a journey of accessible adventures with your folding mobility scooter. From the enchanting Winter Tree Walks to the captivating exhibitions by Ellen Carey and the theatrical wonders in London, Birmingham, and Leeds – there's something for everyone. Our folding mobility scooters are ready to take you on a month filled with joy, laughter, and unforgettable memories. Embrace the accessible magic of February, and let the adventures begin!


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