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Your Mobility Centre covering Norfolk.

Look through our massive collection of items and equipment for mobility and disability needs. We deliver free anywhere in Norfolk area and across the UK. Whether its Mobility Scooters, Electric wheelchairs, power chairs through to mobility equipment plus disability living aids, we have it all and at low prices. We can also supply disability accessories and mobility equipment to care homes, organisations and health authorities across Norfolk and the UK.
Click any picture below to proceed to that section within our showroom or visit one of our Norfolk local sites in:- Brundall, Caistor, Cromer, Dereham, Fakenham, Yarmouth, Holt, Hunstanton, Kings Lyne, Lowestoft, Mundesley, Sherringham, Taverham, Thetford, Wroxham and Norwich

If you cant find what you need on our site then please contact Mobility UK and we shall try to include it in our site for future searches.

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Norfolk is a really mobility welcoming locality.
Norfolk is situated on the eastern coastline of Britain and produces a remarkable vacation location and a charming location to visit regardless if it be springtime, summer season, fall or winter season. Norfolk possesses a little bit of something to attract every one, by having miles of unspoilt coastline, beautiful villages, historical marketplace towns, beach hotels and not overlooking the spectacular sights of the renowned Norfolk Broads having a substantial preponderance of destinations being generally wheelchair good. Therefore, if you're looking for a coast vacation, city respite or a place to loosen up and kick back that comes with enough of disabled features, then Norfolk is very well worth looking at.

Commonly individuals operating mobility devices, and other folks with personal obstacles, are disbelieved the experience and charm of a location as the vicinity can be off-limits. In Norfolk, the town councils have for many years aimed to improve the access and experience for these travelers. Agencies, small-town organisations and lodgings strive to help as many people as possible enjoy the memorable magic of the Broads. In Great Yarmouth, they provide a couple of especially developed beach wheelchairs with larger pneumatic wheels that simply just move over sand so that every one can appreciate the beach.

Nowadays even boating upon the Norfolk Broads provides wheelchair available traveler boats operating tours all throughout the Broads and numerous hire boat enterprises provide available day vessels.

Generally there are many convenient slopes on the beach front however due to the level of the beach continuously altering, some of these might not always be operational. A few slopes on the beach might require help to utilize them due to being steep. The beach sand differs and in some places is quite soft which might cause complications for scooters or wheelchairs having small tyres. There is wheelchair access to all the beach huts. Across Norfolk in towns and seaside spots, there are spaces for blue badge owners, some on street and others in the main pay-and-display parking area. Toilets for folks with disabilities are easily obtainable along the promenade locations.
Town centers and seafronts in Norfolk are each easily available to disabled guests and in Hunstanton there is actually a brand-new exclusively created sensatory garden, that provides chances to touch, listen to and smell the plants and sculptures.

Far from the excitement of the seafront, there are lots of accessible spots to go to throughout Norfolk. Places much like 'Wherryman's Way', an 800 m simple gain access to pathway produced to give accessibility to a comprehensive expanse of beautiful grazing marshes on one side and Rockland Broad on the other, the pathway leads to a wheelchair available bird conceal which provides a fantastic viewpoint over the tranquil waters and wildlife of Rockland Broad.
Or Sheringham Park, an available landscape parkland and woodland garden having miles of spectacular seaside landscapes. Or, Gressenhall Farm with a fifty acre location and splendid Georgian workhouse where you can experience 2 hundred years of life on the land. There are recreated Georgian shops and homes along with extensive exhibits on farming and settlement life.

There are in addition pleasure gardens like Holt Country Park & Whitlingham Country Park, all wheelchair and mobility friendly. And for the avid outdoors lovers there are numerous nature reserves in Norfolk. Birdwatching hides overseeing ponds. Boardwalks with routes ideal for wheelchairs. The Hawk and Owl Trust have an available visitor centre, disabled toilets, 2 available hides via a bark course, 2 more accessible hides and an accessible tower newly constructed.

Thinking about that a person in five folks in the UK deal with some manner of impairment - that's over 12 million nationally - and the rising amount of seniors making use of disability scooters, there is a continuous goal to incorporate additional mobility support services and conversions in cities and towns all over the UK. Specifically in seaside places that are really preferred with the disabled and the elderly for day trips and holiday breaks. Norfolk, similar to countless other well-known visitor locations have actually developed an extremely disability friendly environment in the towns, shops and seafront places.

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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