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Your Mobility Centre covering Rye East Sussex.
The largest collection of items and equipment for mobility and disability needs in the UK. We deliver free anywhere in Rye East Sussex area and across the UK. Whatever you need be it Mobility Scooters, Electric wheelchairs, power chairs through to mobility equipment or disability living aids, we have it all and at lowest prices in the UK. Disability accessories and mobility equipment supplied to care homes, organisations and local health authorities across East Sussex and the UK.
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Wheelchair and special needs accessibility within East Sussex.
As soon as you think about East Sussex anyone may instantaneously consider Eastbourne, Hastings and Brighton. However, Brighton is in fact outside the location and falls into West Sussex.

Favoured with regards to its coast, Eastbourne and Hastings are without a doubt incredibly popular sea side localities. The East Sussex scenery is furthermore fantastic to explore. Having many quaint towns and magnificent architecture, its a fantastic area to simply visit around and uncover those hidden small beauty places.
Nevertheless, touring for those with mobility difficulties is typically out of reach although with the increasing cross section of available destinations and areas, all that's needed is a maximum charge with enough battery power in your mobility scooter or motorized wheel chair and an wandering desire.

East Sussex is not just a favoured place to explore with regard to the day or vacation, however likewise as a residential home for a lot of people with special needs or wheelchair users. Drawn in by the quieter surrounding, unspoilt country side, warm and friendly locals, coast locations and unpolluted pure sea air.

Eastbourne is favoured with numerous disabled folks and mobility device / personal mobility scooter users as the scenery is not simply unspoilt in almost all spots, but fairly level. The promenade in Eastbourne has already experienced huge remodelling in the last few years and currently has a tough surfaced pathway that stretches from the eastern tip as far west as Sovereign Harbour. Much of its length is a combined cycle route - wheelchair - pedestrian solid surfaced roadway with markings for clear separating in between pedestrians and bikers.
The prime coffee shop and dining establishment has ramped gain access to directly from the promenade and a good sized accessible outside dinner area with views over the sea. Several snack bars on the seafront path and by the pier also provide for disabled access. Or you could quite possibly bring your very own food choice and take pleasure in the picnic area near the trail, with a lot of available picnic dining tables and merely a very short distance from Langney Point.
Eastbourne town itself is wonderful for access everywhere. Broad sidewalks and loads of area with dynamic wheelchair and pedestrian available shopping center together with high street.
Furthermore there is a good sized waterside property development along with complimentary car parking for Blue Badges. The Retail store Park has stores, movie theater, restaurants, all wheelchair accessible. The Waterfront section contains dining establishments, bars, and shops with wheelchair toilet and most dining establishments have available restrooms. Almost all the harbor building has strong flat walkways and usable by mobility devices.

A further location of incredible sceneries that are conveniently available by mobility scooters and wheelchairs are Beachy Head. This well-known peak on the chalk cliffs has an accessible holiday maker centre and route with incredible viewpoints over the ocean and lighthouse. Yet another fantastic area is Broomhill Sands, where a surfaced ramp provides connection onto a 400 metre part of the sea wall from the parking lot providing exceptional sights over Rye Bay.

There is also the Hastings Country Park. Stretching along the shoreline east of Hastings along with unique wild environments. Much of the park is rugged and problematic to access unless you own an off roadway type power wheelchair, nevertheless the Firehills location has accessible tracks, tourist facility, picnic locations, car park and disabled toilets.

The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is actually a mile long surfaced trail ranging from the village directed toward the sea. Fowl and wildlife are usually everywhere throughout this track and with regards to keen ornithologists, there is even a swimming pool viewed by two birdwatching hides both equally having wheelchair accessibility.

On a pleasant day, the Seven Sisters Park is excellent to explore. Its a large pale field 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 centers provide effortless access. If your looking to spend a pleasurable number of hours and take in the landscapes, its a place to check out.

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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