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Here at Quingo Scooters we’re always encouraging users to get out and about and visit interesting or unusual places on their mobility scooters.
In this instalment of our Accessible Attractions series, we’re heading to one of the most popular British seaside towns, Blackpool. As March begins and spring is almost in sight, it won’t be long before it’s the perfect weather to spend a day by the sea. And even if the weather is its usual unreliable self, we’ve got some attractions to share that you won’t want to miss!
One of the best things about getting around on your Quingo Mobility Scooter is finding places that are interesting or unusual, especially places you didn’t think were accessible enough.
In our new accessible attractions series we’ve been taking you around the country to exhibitions, attractions and days out that have been given superb ratings for accessibility. Today it’s something for those who are mad about chocolate – which is pretty much everyone isn’t it? As Easter fast approaches we explore the tasty world of Cadbury.… Read more
Here at Quingo Scooters we’re always on the lookout for some great places you can visit on your mobility scooter with ease.
As Mother’s day approaches us this weekend (Sunday March 6th) Quingo take a look at some spots up and down the country that are the perfect accessible attraction for this day of appreciation. Whether you want to treat your own mum, or you are a mum who wants to drop some not-so-subtle hints – here are some great ideas for a day out.… Read more
Here at Quingo Scooters are always encouraging users to get out and about and to visit interesting or unusual places on their mobility scooters.
Over the last few blog posts we’ve been sharing some really interesting days out, places and attractions that you maybe thought weren’t accessible enough for your mobility scooter. We are excited to move into to the world of witches and wizards this week as we look at the Warner Bros. studio where the magical masterpieces were made.… Read more
The team at Quingo Scooters are always keeping an eye out for interesting or unusual places that you can visit on your mobility scooters.
Continuing with our accessible attractions series, we want to share another great place that you wouldn’t usually think to visit, or that you maybe thought wasn’t accessible enough for your mobility scooter.
Today we want to share an amazing piece of history with you as we explore Lincoln Castle. Constructed in the late 11th Century by William the Conqueror, Lincoln Castle is now open to the public as a museum.… Read more