As the days warm up and
the weather improves, there is nothing better than getting out and about in the
great British countryside. The UK’s forests and woodlands are wonderful at this
time of the year, and the great news is that some of the best of them are also largely
accessible to those of us using mobility scooters. So, with that in mind, here
is Quingo Scooters guide to some of the best accessible woodland trails in the
Britain’s favourite seaside resort is world famous for its iconic Tower, its rich entertainment history and of course, ballroom dancing. Plus, it’s a really accessible city. Let’s take a quick getaway to Blackpool…
Sandcastle Water Park
It might seem like madness to begin this review of one of Britain’s best-known beach resorts with a review of an indoor waterpark, but bear with us. We’re choosing to feature the fabulous Sandcastle Water Park for a couple of reasons. Not least that the weather in Blackpool can’t always be relied on to provide perfect swimming conditions for all the family!
A beautiful city of dreaming spires, unique galleries and museums, wonderful public open spaces and of course a world-famous university: Oxford is a fantastic place to spend a few days. Here is our pick of some of the best accessible places to visit.
The Pitt Rivers Museum
No visit to Oxford is complete without a trip to the Pitt Rivers Museum. Augustus Henry Lane-Fox Pitt Rivers was a British Army officer who is world-renowned as one of founders of modern archaeology, and this museum is a celebration of his many discoveries.
Here at Quingo Scooters, we certainly do love to be beside the seaside. And there are few better places to enjoy the UK’s wonderful coastline than Lyme Regis in Dorset. It is a small town, but one that promises visitors a dramatic and invigorating stay. Here are just a few of the great routes in and around Lyme Regis that are accessible to those of us using mobility scooters.
Exploring Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis is just one of those places that seems to inspire.
Here at Quingo Scooters, we thought that this time around we’d bring you just a few highlights from some of the most picturesque and dramatic parts of the UK. Our National Parks are stunning and most feature great routes that are accessible to those of us who use mobility scooters. This is our pick of some of the best.
Accessing the UK’s National Parks
There are 15 National Parks across the UK, with 10 in England, three in Wales and two in Scotland.