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Vote now for the Silver Travel Advisor Awards

13th March 2015

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Are you an avid elderly traveller? Do you have mobility difficulties and would like to thank particularly helpful travel providers? If so, then the Silver Travel Awards is looking for people like you who may rely on mobility aids, such as stairlifts in the home, to vote for your favourite travel companies, cruises lines and attractions.

If you’ve received notably outstanding service or have experienced a company go that extra mile, then make sure to have your say by voting. You can choose whether to vote in just one category, or all of them, and the 13 awards include Best UK Town, Best Rail Holiday Provider and Best Limited Mobility/Accessible Travel Provider.

Have your say and recommend your favourite travel providers

What’s more, you could win £50 of M&S vouchers just for entering but you’ll want to be quick as the closing dates for votes is 31st March 2015. Those interested in voting can do so here, by providing an email address or, alternatively, you can enter by post, but all entrants must be aged 50 or over. Nominations in each category are not multiple choice, meaning that all suggestions are considered by the Silver Travel Advisor Awards.

This is the first Silver Travel Advisor Awards, and is in partnership with Age UK, to help celebrate the best in travel for the over 50s and recognise excellence across the board. The awards are sponsored by the National Trust, as well as Headline Sponsor Imagine Cruising.

The winners will be announced and the awards presented by former Royal Correspondent Jennie Bond during a champagne reception at the Natural History Museum in June, which nominees will be invited to attend. This will be part of Age UK’s flagship Vitality Ball, which occurs annually, and showcases the best in music, food and the charity’s work.

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