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This is your page. A place to share your personal recommendations of places or activities you have visited and found really accessible and want to share to inspire others. Proof that if you have limited mobility it really need not limit your fun! If you would like to feature in the gallery please send us an e-mail with your photograph, your name and the name of the attraction/activity. We have added a few of our own images to get you started....

Please note that unlike the rest of our site we ourselves have not visited these places/organisations and strongly recommend that you contact the providers about your own specific requirements. We also reserve the right to edit any material we feel is unsuitable.     



Georgia climbing the wall at the

Mersea Island Festival!



James Gales teeing off at the Portugese Open 

for the Scottish Disability Golf Partnership



Frank being given a lesson on how wheel tennis

is played at The Shrewsbury Club


Alan Thomas camel riding across the volcanic landscape of Timanfaya National Park Lanzarote





Mark & Pauline on top of the world at the Acropolis on a Makin' Tracks Holiday


Skipper Lily helping navigate the

waves with Wetwheels!


Melissa Harding on deck during a

Jubilee Sailing Trust voyage!



Ruth Parker settling in on 'Independence of the Seas' for a Royal Caribbean Cruise!

Makin' Tracks holiday makers enjoying lunch on the beach in Mallorca




Our Chairman enjoying the sea view on a Stena

Line Ferry from Holyhead to Dublin



Edward Trewhella cruising the sands of Bude Beach in one of Cornwall Mobility’s Beach Wheelchairs



James Gales setting off at Kinross Ice for Disabled Curlers Scotland during the 2017 Championships!


Frank Napper enjoying a stroll around Mount Usher

Gardens in County Wicklow, Ireland




During 2013 in partnership with Powys County Council, we researched and published three new guides for this large county which has such diverse and beautiful countryside. A Guide to Accessible Activities, Accommodation and Countryside Trails and Sites. During this project our researchers were filmed to make the following six short videos, we thought this was the perfect place to share them with you! To read more about the guides and download your own copy please visit our publications page.

Please note, clicking on the following links will redirect you to the youtube website where our videos are published.



Accessible Powys

A Guide to Accessible Activities

Cycling at Elan Valley Visitor Centre



Black Mountains Gliding Club - Talgarth

Falconry at Castle Caereinion






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