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Days Out

On Wednesday 21 June, Lisa Logan (NELC Strategic Lead – Environment) joined the SEND weekly parent carer meeting to talk about plans in our borough to install picnic areas and play equipment suitable for children and young people with SEND in many parks over the next year. This was really welcomed by parent carers and will support inclusivity for children and young people with SEND and enable them to eat and play and alongside their family and friends in our parks and recreation areas.

How you can help?
The equipment is expensive to buy and install and even more expensive to maintain and replace should damage occur through antisocial behaviour which can sometimes occur. Everyone in the community can help by reporting any incidents to the police either online or by calling 101.

If you would like to find out more about days out in NE Lincs and across the UK or would like some Top Tips for days out with children with SEND, why not take a look at the resources below. Don’t forget you may like to wear your hidden disabilities sunflower lanyard so people know you need extra help or time. Receive discounts with your Max card NELC SEND Local Offer | Max cards (

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Public toilets and changing places in NE Lincs

NE Lincs walking and cycling  trails

Families First Facebook Page with up to date information on local activities

AccessAble lets you search for accessible restaurants, shops, cinemas, hospitals, hotels, and more

Euan’s Guide lets disabled people, their families, friends, and carers find and share reviews on venues’ accessibility

Wheelmap allows you to search for wheelchair accessible parking spots

Learn about how you can get travel support to have the best day out.

My family, Our needs

Scope – days out for children with SEND

Rough guide to accessible Britain

Woodland Trust

National Trust

Resources for swimming, clothing and outdoor play

Free audiobooks for car journeys and passing the time in queues

The Deep, Hull – Accessibility Guide

SEND family trails