Online mobility shop Brundall and Norfolk. Disability accessories, Power chairs and electric scooters. Large selection at low prices.
Your Mobility Centre in Brundall Norfolk.
The online Mobility showroom in Brundall Norfolk. Explore our massive selection of mobility products with free delivery in Brundall and all over Norfolk From Mobility Scooters, Electric wheelchairs, electric chairs through to mobility equipment and also disability living aids all at low inexpensive prices. We also supply disability accessories and equipment to care homes and community health authorities all over the UK. So no matter what your disability or mobility needs are , Mobility UK has everything for your care or equipment requirements in Brundall and Norfolk.
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Pavement Mobility Scooters
Great for local journeys on the Brundall pavements or going down to the local shop. These light duty shopping scooters are for use at home and on pavements at 4mph so do not need registering with the DVLA.
Road Mobility Scooters
The Class 3 scooters are a heavier duty road legal type with a max 8mph speed limit. So perfect for wizzing around the Brundall roads. Class 3 scooters are required to be registered with the DVLA.
Portable Mobility Scooters.
Similar to a pavement scooter, but easily dismantles. So ideal for quickly taking apart for the car boot when travelling to Brundall for the day and exploring the shops and seaside.
For those needing greater support, Power wheel chairs can be used indoors or for longer journeys outside. Some are specially designed for all terrain use so great for exploring Brundall 'off road'.
If what you require is not detailed on our site, do call us and we will attempt to source it for you and for future inclusion in our wheelchair site. Likewise, if you have a testimonial of a certain special needs or mobility item, excellent or negative, do tell us so we could release it to aid other customers.
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Brundall Norfolk is a certainly wheelchair helpful destination.
Frequently individuals making use of wheelchairs, and others with personal challenges, are disbelieved the adventure and charm of a spot as the local area can be out-of-bounds. In Norfolk, the town authorities have for years made every effort to make improvements to the ease of access and practical experience for these visitors. Agencies, small-town businesses and hotels work hard to aid as many individuals as possible enjoy the unique magnetism of the Broads. In Great Yarmouth, they have a few exclusively created beach wheelchairs with large pneumatic wheels that simply just move on top of sand so that every one can enjoy the beach.
Nowadays even boating on the Norfolk Broads has wheelchair usable guest boats operating scenic tours across the Broads and several hire motorboat business provide accessible day boats.
Generally there are lots of easily accessible gradients on the beach front however, due to the level of the beach consistently shifting, some of these may not consistently be operational. Certain ramps on the beach might have to have assistance to use them due to being steep. The beach sand varies and in some sites is really soft which could very well trigger problems for scooters or wheelchairs having small tyres. Generally there is mobility device accessibility to almost all the beach huts. All throughout Norfolk in towns and seaside places, there are locations for blue badge holders, a few on street and others in the principal pay-and-display parking lot. Restrooms for people with impairments are easily obtainable throughout the esplanade locations.
Away from the excitement of the seafront, there are numerous available areas to see within Norfolk. Places similar to 'Wherryman's Way', an 800 m easy gain access to pathway created to give access to a broad expanse of gorgeous grazing marshes on one side and Rockland Broad on the other, the course leads to a wheelchair attainable bird hide that provides a marvellous viewpoint over the tranquil waters and wildlife of Rockland Broad.
There are likewise parklands like Holt Country Park & Whitlingham Country Park, all wheelchair and mobility friendly. And for the avid outdoors enthusiasts there are numerous nature reserves in Norfolk. Birdwatching hides overlooking lagoons. Boardwalks with tracks suitable for wheelchairs. The Hawk and Owl Trust have an accessible visitor centre, disabled restrooms, 2 accessible hides through a bark course, 2 more accessible hides and a reachable tower recently constructed.
Keeping in mind that one in 5 folks in the UK suffer from some kind of disability - that's over 12 million across the country - and the escalating number of older persons utilizing movability scooters, there is a continuous offer to integrate even more wheelchair services and adjustments in cities and towns across the UK. Specifically in beach destination places that are extremely favored with the disabled and the elderly for excursion and family holidays. Norfolk, like numerous other well-known visitor locations have indeed achieved a very disability favorable environment in the towns, stores and seafront areas.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.
All specifications subject to change without notice.
Prices shown on our site are current as of October 2017 but may differ.
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