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PUBLISHED: 14:58 12 January 2011 | UPDATED: 20:40 20 February 2013

Alton is home to the National Specialist College for Young Disabled People? With one in three of their students having little, or no natural speech and 90 per cent reliant on wheelchairs to get around, The Treloar Trust helps disabled young people take control of their lives providing education, care, therapy, medical support and independence training. Young people with physical disabilities come from all over the UK and overseas to attend Treloar School and College.

Alton is home to the National Specialist College for Young Disabled People? With one in three of their students having little, or no natural speech and 90 per cent reliant on wheelchairs to get around, The Treloar Trust helps disabled young people take control of their lives providing education, care, therapy, medical support and independence training. Young people with physical disabilities come from all over the UK and overseas to attend Treloar School and College.

Alton is famed for its colourful history and literary links, but there's more to this north Hampshire town that just that; as Charlotte Tomlinson-White discovered

The easiest route to take to Alton is the M3. Leave at Junction 6 and follow the A339 towards Alresford and Alton. For a more scenic route, follow the A3 north, leaving at the Liss junction then take the B3006 through the pretty village of Selborne to Alton.
Post code for the Allen Gallery in the centre of the town: GU34 2BW

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