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Caroline Walsh (Social Media Editor)

I am Caroline Walsh, volunteering with Ana and the team as one of the Social Media Editors with Tourism for All UK. I am a wheelchair user and cannot walk. I have been disabled from birth. I’ve been a keen traveller since I was 6 months (I am now 42😳). Safe to say I have seen some changes here and abroad..much progress has been made...much still to do.

I’ve been involved formally with accessible tourism in one form or another since about 2001, before that I researched environmental sciences related topics. It was in 1998 I started to take an interest in volunteering through tourism and accessibility/ inclusion around this. More on this and my other accessibility fields of interest at a later date.

Lucy Currier

Lucy Currier

Hi, I’m Lucy and I currently volunteer as a researcher, assisting Ana in finding enjoyable, accessible holidays for the clients of Tourism For All. I have Cerebral Palsy, am a full time wheelchair user who lives in Birmingham with my family and my dog Ben. My dream is to one day have the opportunity to travel all over the world, although I do prefer sunny and hot to the colder regions. My main hobbies are theatre and dancing, tend to visit my local theatre once a month and I’m a member of a wheelchair dance group called Freewheelin’. In assisting others to travel my knowledge and list of places to visit will continue to grow. Where do you plan on going next?

Dave Gale

David Gale

David is 34 and lives in Dumfries and Galloway. He has Becker Muscular Dystrophy which affects his mobility. Over the last decade David has been involved in numerous campaigns as a Muscular Dystrophy UK Trailblazer, winning awards including 2011 Muscular Dystrophy Campaigner of the Year, 2016 Diverse Cumbria Volunteer of the Year, and 2017 Muscular Dystrophy Scotland Award for Campaigning. Focussing on campaigning on access to public transport, David shares his findings and experiences though blog posts on the Tourism for All website and newsletter. As an active TFA Member, he is also a regular user of our Information Service to organise trips for himself and his family to enjoy.

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Emma Muldoon

Emma is the founder/blogger of Simply Emma, a travel and disability blog sharing reviews, accessible travel tips and experiences as a wheelchair user. Emma was diagnosed with Limb-Girdle Muscular Dystrophy at the age of seven, but that hasn’t stopped her from doing all the things she wants to do in life and that includes travelling in her powered wheelchair. Emma has also written for a number of disability organisations, websites and magazines as well as volunteering with Tourism for All for several years. Emma has been involved in various including design projects and content writing for the charity.

Volunteer With Tfa

Volunteer with TFA

TFA undertakes a huge range of activities across the whole accessible tourism and travel scene, and we can only do this because of the support we receive from our wonderful team of volunteers. We are always on the lookout for individuals to help us, and we can offer experience in all areas of modern business. So if you are looking for a challenge, or looking to develop your professional skills, or looking to contribute to a really worthwhile and positive cause, volunteer with TFA. Specific experience is not necessary, and hours and roles are completely flexible, to suit your circumstances.

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