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Your Mobility Center covering East Sussex.

Your every mobility need in one place. From mobility scooters and powered wheelchairs to bariatric beds and all in between. 100's of items and equipment for mobility and disability needs in East Sussex and throughout the UK. Free delivery and competitive prices anywhere in East Sussex area and across the UK. Our online superstore supplies disability accessories and mobility equipment to individuals, care establishments, health groups and local authorities in Sussex and the UK.
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Wheelchair and special needs access within East Sussex
The minute you think of East Sussex anyone might right away think about Eastbourne, Hastings and Brighton. Although really, Brighton is just outside the region and becomes West Sussex.

Favoured for its shoreline, Eastbourne and Hastings are very favored sea side localities. The East Sussex countryside is likewise a fantastic to check out. With many attractive towns and remarkable architecture, its a great destination to just simply sightsee around and discover those hidden little beauty places.
Unfortunately, exploration for those individuals with wheelchair concerns is quite often out of reach but with the expanding amount of convenient places and places, all that's needed is an abundant charge with adequate battery power level in your mobility scooter or wheelchair and a travel wish.

East Sussex is not exclusively a favoured location to visit with regard to the day or holiday break, but additionally as a home for a number of people with disability or mobility needs. Tempted by the quieter environment, unspoiled country side, welcoming people, coast locations and invigorating pure ocean atmosphere.

Eastbourne is favoured by many disabled men and women and mobility device / scooter users as the scenery is not just unaffected in almost all locations, though relatively level. The promenade in Eastbourne has indeed received large reconstruction in the last few years and presently has a tough surfaced trail that extends from the eastern tip as far west as Sovereign Harbour. Lots of its length is a combined bike trail - wheelchair - walker hard material road with markings for clear partition between pedestrians and bicycle owners.
The primary coffee shop and dining establishment possesses ramped access directly from the esplanade and a big available outdoor dining place with views over the water. Several coffee shops on the seafront path and by the pier likewise cater for disabled access to. Or you might bring your own food choice and delight in the picnic area along the pathway, with lots of accessible picnic dining tables and just a short distance from Langney Point.
Eastbourne town itself is wonderful for access almost everywhere. Wide pavements and loads of space with dynamic wheelchair and pedestrian easy to get to shopping centers and high street.
Furthermore there is a good sized waterfront development with free car parking for Blue Badges. The Retail Park has shops, cinema, restaurants, most wheelchair available. The Waterfront section contains dining establishments, bars, and shops with wheelchair toilet and most restaurants have available lavatories. Essentially all the harbour structure has good flat pathways and usable by mobility devices.

A further spot of incredible scenery that is conveniently available by mobility scooters and wheelchairs is Beachy Head. This well-known peak on the chalk cliffs has an accessible traveler facility and route with incredible views over the sea and lighthouse. Yet another terrific area is Broomhill Sands, where a surfaced ramp provides availability onto a 400 metre area of the sea wall from the parking area providing excellent views over Rye Bay.

There is also the Hastings Country Park. Stretching along the shoreline east of Hastings with varying wild environments. A lot of the park is coarse and problematic to access except if you possess an off road type power wheelchair, but the Firehills spot has easily accessible tracks, tourist centre, picnic locations, parking lot and disabled bathrooms.

The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is a mile long surfaced trail spreading from the village directly towards the seashore. Fowl and wildlife are usually everywhere throughout this path and with regards to eager ornithologists, there is likewise a pool viewed by 2 bird watching hides both with wheelchair accessibility.

On a fine day, the Seven Sisters Park is excellent to go to. Its a big pale grass area expanding downward from the hilltops and all through the valley with a 2km long surfaced track leading to the sea. The on-site amenities provide easy accessibility. If your planning to enjoy a stress-relieving number of hours and really take in the panorama, its a location to go to.

Note* UK VAT, in many cases mobility accessories including wheelchairs and scooters are classed as VAT free. Please also note all 'road legal' (8mph) powered scooters and wheelchairs must be registered with DVLA. You may be entitled to a grant or assistance towards buying larger mobility items such as chair lifts, adaptations, wheelchairs and scooters. Read more and where to apply on our 'Financial Assistance' page.

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