Welcome to Mobility UK The least expensive personal mobility scooter and power mobility devices pricing across Cromer as well as Norfolk.
Cromer is a popular destination for families and its sea ideal for swimming. The beach is also a popular place for people going surfing, due to its consistency and shelter, which is provided by the pier.
Pavement Mobility Scooters
Ideal for nipping around Cromer or to the local shop. These light duty shopping mobility scooters do not need registering with the DVLA.
Road Mobility Scooters
Class 3 range are heavier duty road legal types travelling at 8mph. Class 3 scooters must be registered with the DVLA.
Portable & Folding 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 what you need is not listed on our site, do contact us and we shall try to source it for you and for future inclusion in our mobility site.
Financial help for disability and mobility needs in Cromer and Norfolk
Norfolk is a really wheelchair hospitable destination.
Typically men and women using mobility devices, and others with personal difficulties, are rejected the experience and beauty of a spot as the location can be out-of-bounds. Within Norfolk, the town authorities have for many years made the effort to improve the accessibility and experience for these visitors. Agencies, small-town companies and resorts make every effort to assist as lots of people as practical feel the very special magic of the Broads. In Great Yarmouth, they offer a couple of especially developed beach wheelchairs with large size pneumatic tires which just move on top of sand so that everybody can delight in the beach.
Now also boating on the Norfolk Broads has wheelchair available passenger boats running tours all throughout the Broads and various hire boat companies offer accessible day vessels.
Generally there are lots of accessible slopes on the beach front however as a result of to the level of the beach constantly altering, a few of these might not consistently be usable. Certain slopes on the beach may have to have help to make use of them due to being steep. The beach sand varies and in some areas is extremely soft which could trigger issues for scooters or wheelchairs with little tyres. Generally there is wheelchair access to all the beach huts. Across Norfolk in the areas and seaside places, there are locations for blue badge holders, a few on road and others in the principal pay-and-display parking lot. Toilets for individuals with specials needs are readily available along the promenade places.
Away from the bustle of the seafront, there are lots of available places to visit within Norfolk. Places such as 'Wherryman's Way', an 800 m simple access pathway created to admit to a comprehensive area of beautiful pasture marshes on one side and Rockland Broad on the other, the course leads to a wheelchair attainable bird hide that presents a marvellous viewpoint over the tranquil waters and wildlife of Rockland Broad.
There are furthermore pleasure gardens like Holt Country Park & Whitlingham Country Park, all wheelchair and disability welcoming. And for the avid mother nature fanatics there are numerous nature reserves in Norfolk. Birdwatching hides watching over ponds. Boardwalks with routes suitable for mobility devices. The Hawk and Owl Trust have an accessible visitor centre, disabled toilets, 2 accessible hides by means of a bark course, 2 more accessible hides and a usable tower recently established.
Taking into consideration that a person in 5 folks in the UK possess some sort of impairment - that's over 12 million country wide - and the expanding number of seniors using disability scooters, there is a consistent offer to feature even more wheelchair services and conversions in cities and towns all over the UK. Specially in seaside locations that are really well-loved with the disabled and the aged for field trip and holidays. Norfolk, similar to many other leading traveler places have indeed made a really mobility friendly environment in the towns, facilities and beach spots.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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