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Fly high, ride the rapids and discover nature somewhere everyone can join in
If you’re looking for a new adventure for the New Year, the Rough Guide to Accessible Britain contains a plethora of fun and accessible ideas. So, whether you’re keen to try out high-octane experiences like (indoor) skydiving and white water rafting, or want to discover more of the countryside the UK has to offer, the Guide has lots of options.

Feel like you’re flying at iFLY Indoor Skydiving in Manchester. Suitable for people of all abilities, enter the vertical wind tunnel to experience the sensation of freefall and create lifelong memories. For a water-based adventure, Lee Valley White Water Centre in Hertfordshire is perfect for the inner thrill-seeker. Created for the 2012 Olympic Games, the world-class venue now offers canoeing, kayaking and hydrospeeding activities on its 300m Grade IV rapids.

For something more relaxing, inspire a new hobby (or indulge an existing one) with a visit to the Scottish Seabird Centre in East Lothian. Spot puffins, gulls and gannets, and if you’re lucky, marine wildlife such as seals, dolphins and whales. Or, from the comfort of your car, take in the beauty of Snowdonia with a scenic drive. The Guide offers a 53-mile route between Machynlleth and Beddgelert through picturesque woodlands, valleys, mountains, beaches and more.

The guide contains 180 reviews, meaning there’s something for everyone. It also aims to inspire and support people with diverse needs in enjoying the best of Britain’s attractions – whatever their disability.
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Currensea: transforming how consumers spend abroad
Currensea, a brand new travel debit card that links directly to your high street bank account, is launching on January 2nd, but the waitlist is open now. Currensea eliminates the need to open a new bank account or prepaid card just for travel and will save customers up to 80% on charges or £1.2bn a year when spending abroad. It provides a highly competitive exchange rate and removes the bank fees, enabling customers to spend and save anywhere in the world. According to a spending survey by Nationwide, the average British family goes on holiday twice a year, spending more than £6,000, which represents a quarter of the household disposable income.

Based on this, a Currensea card could save an average British family almost £200 in bank charges, and at no monthly cost, finally, international spending made simple!

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