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There is a danger that these guides will be seen as setting out what people can and can't do according to their impairment.  These guides aren't about that. They’re about guiding you to find the best opportunities - the activities that truly maximise your experience. We don't ascribe to universalism we dont believe any one activity suits all people. Thus the ability needs required differ by activity and environment.

The guides only describe our public signup events - we need to make some assumptions about who is coming to plan them, so if there's something you want to do and it is not directly recommended - don't wait, contact us straight away. 

I built these rough guides to the things we offer by impairment and functional index - they are a start - a guide - a pointer - not gospel. 

It is also impossible to summarise for all impairments so we have stuck to the four broadest ones below. 

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Anyone Can: Connecting Transport Hubs to Lake Shores - Accessible Canoeing

Purchase of an accessible powered support and rescue vessel, and a mobile fleet of canoes with trailer

It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development 

Supported by the Cumbria Fells and Dales Local Action Group 

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