Stone Henge

Accessibility at Stonehenge

Stonehenge dates back to 3000BC and is the best-known pre-historic monument in Europe, providing a fascinating insight into our Neolithic ancestors. A visit to Stonehenge will allow you to explore the ancient burial ground on foot, before discovering the Neolithic Houses, giving a glimpse into the tools and objects of the Neolithic people. Facilities for … Read more

Tying laces on running shoes

Annabelle’s top London Marathon Tips

Thinking of running the London Marathon 2018 for Deafblind UK? Here are some top tips from last year’s runner, Annabelle: Get a wall planner and follow a training programme. Stick to it! Yes I did miss a few runs but never the long ones on the weekend – those are really key! They say you … Read more

Anni Bould after completing the London Marathon

“Would I do it again? Absolutely, in a heartbeat!”

Back in April, six runners laced up their trainers, put on a Deafblind UK running vest and embarked on the biggest challenge of their lives, the London Marathon. Here’s what Annabelle had to say afterwards: “It may seem cliche but I can honestly say running the marathon for Deafblind UK was one of the best … Read more