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- Provides information and advice on a wide range of mobility issues including blue badges and accessible parking.
- Gives one-third off most National Rail fares for a person with disabilities and an adult travelling companion. To qualify you must: Receive disability-related benefits Be registered as deaf or use a hearing aid Have a visual impairment Have epilepsy An annual fee applies
- Assisted travel services for older and disabled passengers travelling with Great Western Railway.
- Our emails and phone lines are monitored Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm.Our experts can help you to live actively, independently and well with sight loss. Whether you’re asking for yourself or a member of your family, speak to someone from our friendly team today for more information. Our information and advice service can help you with…HillfieldsBurghfield CommonReadingBerkshireRG7 3YG
- Information for disabled passengers (wheelchairs and mobility scooters, accessible stations and train facilities) with contact details for all train operaters.
- Information about the full range of discount railcards
- Rail discount card for travellers 60 years and over
- At Great Western Railway we provide Travel Training and Try a Train events for people with disabilities who want to build their confidence travelling by train. If you have no experience or only a little it doesn't matter as we work with you to help…
- Guide to taxi services serving stations around the UK.
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