By all reasonable means: inclusive access to the outdoors for disabled people (CA215)

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This guide is designed to help countryside and urban greenspace managers and landowners improve accessibility of their sites, routes and facilities. It focuses on work with and for disabled people, but with the understanding that many access improvements will benefit all visitors. The framework for action in this guide is appropriate for most types of outdoor space open to the public including: country and urban parks and green spaces, long distance and other trails, paths and rights-of-way,the wider countryside, including open access land.
This document is published for historic and research purposes.

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