Mobility UK The largest selection and lowest mobility scooter and electrical power wheelchairs prices across Hastings East Sussex
Your Mobility Centre for Hastings. Search our huge choice of mobility products with free delivery in Hastings and all over East Sussex. From Mobility Scooters, Electric wheelchairs, electric chairs through to mobility equipment plus disability living aids all at low inexpensive costs. We also provide disability accessories and equipment to care homes and local health authorities in Hastings and all over the UK.
Pavement Mobility Scooters
Ideal for nipping down to the local shop. These light duty shopping mobility scooters do not need registering with the DVLA.
Road Mobility Scooters
Class 3 range is heavier duty road legal type normally at 8mph. Class 3 scooters must be registered with the DVLA.
Portable Mobility Scooters.
Perfect for quickly dismantling into the car boot for those trips away to the seaside or visiting friends.
Power wheel chairs can be used indoors or for longer journeys outside. Some are specially designed for all terrain use.
If exactly what you need is not listed on our site, do call us and we shall aim to resource it for you and for future inclusion in our mobility website. Also, if you have a testimonial of a certain special needs or mobility item, great or bad, do let us so we could release it to assist other customers.
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Mobility and disability access within East Sussex.
Favoured with regards to its shoreline, Eastbourne and Hastings are very popular sea side areas. The East Sussex surroundings are likewise a wonder to discover. Along with numerous quaint towns and designs, its a fantastic place to just simply explore around and encounter those concealed little spots.
East Sussex is not merely a favoured area to head to for the day or vacation, but additionally as a home for a lot of people with special needs or mobility requirements. Captivated by the quieter surrounding, untouched countryside, friendly residents, coast locations and fresh pure ocean atmosphere.
Eastbourne is favoured by many disabled people and wheelchair / scooter individuals as the scenery is not just unspoilt in a large number of locations, but reasonably flat. The promenade in Eastbourne has already gone through important renovation recently and presently has a solid surfaced trail that stretches from the eastern tip as far west as Sovereign Harbour. A lot of its overall length is a combined bike path - wheelchair - pedestrian rigid surfaced roadway with markings for clear division between pedestrians and bicycle owners.
A further area of amazing sceneries which are quickly available by mobility scooters and wheelchairs are Beachy Head. This particular popular peak on the chalk cliffs has an easily accessible visitor centre and track with incredible views over the sea and lighthouse. Yet another great area is Broomhill Sands, where a surfaced ramp supplies availability onto a 400 metre part of the sea wall from the parking area furnishing exceptional views over Rye Bay.
Furthermore there is likewise the Hastings Country Park. Stretching along the shoreline east of Hastings with unique wild habitations. Much of the park is coarse and hard to get access to except if you own an off path type power wheelchair, but the Firehills local area has available tracks, visitor centre, picnic amenities, parking area and disabled lavatories.
The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is actually a mile long surfaced path spreading from the village towards the seashore. Birds and wildlife are usually just about everywhere by this path and for eager ornithologists, there is even a swimming pool overseen by 2 birdwatching hides both equally with wheelchair accessibility.
On a fine day, the Seven Sisters Park is great to pay a visit to. Its a big chalky grass local area spreading out below the hillsides and all through the valley with a 2km long surfaced track leading to the sea. The on-site amenities feature simple accessibility. If your looking to while away a stress-relieving couple of hours and really take in the landscapes, its a locality to visit.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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