Wednesday, 2 January 2019

Saving Money If You Are Disabled On National Trust And English Heritage Membership

If you’re disabled yourself or know someone who is then you can either save money or help them save money if you’re a member of the National Trust or English Heritage then you can a companion card.Being outdoors is great it is wonderful to be with other people and it is superb for ones mental health to and who doesn't love the great outdoors.It is always best to check when you visit properties to check that the accessibility is suited to you as no likes disappointment.

If you’ve currently got membership of either of these two organisations then you can ring them up and they’ll adjust your membership.The only caveat to this is your free membership ( carer) cannot visit the property on their own , they have to be with you.The free membership is not restricted to one person so anyone can go with you and be your carer.

There is no shame in asking for this and if you’re worried about someone going for free then just buy a tea when you’re there or just donate to them as when you feel you want to etc, buy something from the shop etc.Many properties have campaigns where they are restoring for example flooring or something in the garden and they sell books or other such items to help with this. It’s about getting out and about and you engaging with the world and the world with everyone in it is a much better place.

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