All the travel insurance information I look at only seems to refer to people flying abroad. I have come to the conclusion that those of us who predominently holiday within our own beautiful countryside are very much in the minority. There are still so many places we haven't explored, and the week we have booked is in the Peak District which is beautiful area right in the middle of the country.
Others do not seem to even consider it - if they are having a holiday then there is no question that they will being queueing in the airport for a week in the sun, or on the slopes.
No flying required
Give us the wilds of Scotland, a long-distance path along a yet to be explored coastline, or a quiet Cornish campsite anytime (yes, they do exist, out of season). We do make exceptions for visiting friends in the Dordogne on occasion ;-)
[*Mel, I can see you shaking your head in horror already!]
So I have resorted to e-mailing a question about travel insurance to one of the companies. I daresay they will reply once they have recovered from the shock.