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We had a lovely day out at Camelot yesterday. We were issued with special wristbands so that we didn't have to queue which made things much easier for us (apart from members of the public who like to point out where the end of the queue is) It is a little bit hilly in places but anyone in a wheelchair can get around easily as there are slopes as well as the steps. We did need to visit the first aid station during our day and they were so helpful. They sent two first aiders to look after us and afterwards they gave their names so that we could contact them any time during the day if we needed to. They also have a large food court so that we were able to order a meal while my daughter, who won't eat out, could eat her packed lunch. It makes such a difference to visit places like this and i would recommend it to anyone.


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