I have a portfolio of sites based on Outdoor Activities & Recreation, Tourism and Disabled Accessibility. Though I originally worked with traditional HTML / CSS / PHP, with the demand for multi screen options I now tend to produce sites using a content management system (CMS) such as Joomla or WordPress.
www.accessiblecountryside.org.uk – Accessible Countryside for Everyone’s main aim is to promotes accessibility to recreation and sport, provide general information for disabled people, their carers and families, encourage development of disabled access and the publication of accessibility information. It attempts to cover all of England and Wales
www.tourist.me.uk – Tourist.me.uk is a tourist information resource covering the mainland of England, providing links to visitor attractions, cultural, heritage and gardens, along with official and reputable commercial tourist websites and tourist information centres – it tries to include brief accessibility information on the attraction listings
visitnorthstaffordshire.uk – Visit North Staffordshire is a tourist Information site promoting my local area and where possible includes accessibility information
www.rambleon.org.uk – Rambleon is a general walking and cycling site – its main strength is the listing of Walking Festivals for England and Wales – it also lists many independent outdoor on-line retailers as well as the major brands and general links for walkers and cyclists
www.peakandmoor.co.uk – Peak and Moor is more a collection of sub-sites rather than one website, consisting of
These promote outdoor activities in each area and have listings of activity providers, accommodation providers, tourist information centres and other useful info.
All of the above websites have active social media accounts