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Accessibility and Halloween

Hannah_Scope Posts: 7,093 Disability Gamechanger

I feel like many national holidays, events and celebrations don’t always take accessibility into account. Or at least, they don’t actively advertise it.

I wanted to make sure that everyone who loves Halloween can celebrate it in some way. I did some research and found a few activity articles I wanted to share with you.

I have also found some websites that are advertising Halloween events across the UK. Not all events on their list(s) are accessible. For example, some are at castle ruins and are not accessible for all members of the public. Please make sure you read all the information for each one.

Are there any events that have interested you?
Do you think some of the activities are ones you will do with your family and friends?

Comment below!
Hannah - She / Her

Online Community Coordinator @ Scope

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