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Disability Now we are finally moving into Spring and our Winter semi Hibernation is ending many peoples minds turn to finally getting out and about and enjoying the great outdoors but this is not necessarily as easy as it sounds for many wheelchair users and their families. The Logistics of Planning a day out with a Wheelchair using member of the family can be a nightmare, often online information is Patchy and unless you know someone who has been before you may be .pletely unprepared for how exactly you will be gaining access , if at all. There are a great number of accessible days out in the UK particularly in the South West that provide well organised and easy to use accessibility. The SS Great Britain moored at Bristol has undergone significant modifications to make it accessible including fitting a lift to all doorways, ramps and widened doorways and work to help smooth uneven surfaces. There are Disabled parking spaces close to the entrance for parking of your Wheelchair accessible Vehicle and narrow wheelchairs are available to hire ( phone in advance) There are Disabled toilets and the light and airy Dockyard Cafe within the ship itself near to the ticket office and Museum. The National Maritime Museum in Cornwall offers an insight into the strong cornish link to Maritime History , hardly surprising given that at any point in Cornwall you are never more that 16 miles away from the sea! Newer exhibits include Ben Ainslies boat used in the 2012 Olympics! the museum exhibits are mainly low level with any that arent accessible by ramps, the Museum also has lifts and wheelchairs available to hire along with a Cafe for lunch. The Eden Project Cornwall . This Gigantic 2 glass domed shows the very best in plantlife and more from around the world.Eden project is highly accessible and provides a number of extra services such as Scooter Hire, A guide to assist with manual wheelchairs and a extensive change area .plete with hoists and a shower. There is a land train and all other areas are accessible via ramps. The disabled toilets and a number of accessible restaurants and eateries are scattered throughout. Haldon Forest park in Devon offers a wonderful day out for people of all abilities set in Haldon forest visitors can see Birds of prey , Butterflies and even rare Black Fallow Deer. The Park has two 1.5 mile all ability trails which are Wheelchair accessible the discovery trail is flat and has great views while the Mamhead Sensory Trail has interactive features to stimulate senses. you can hire special all terrain scooters known as trampers ( full training given!) and these can be brought to your Car for you.The park is equipped with an accessible cafe and disabled toilets. These are just a handful of the wonderful days out that are on offer for people who own a Disabled Car in the South west. If you do not own a car as you find that you dont need one regularly you may find getting out and about slightly harder but there are some great options in Disabled car hire in the south west for time periods to suit you. One of the Obvious benefits of Hiring a Disabled car is that you are not .mitted to the upkeep and expense of running a car you can simply hire and return it whenever you need a vehicle! Dont let anything stop you from exploring the accessible South West! About the Author: – – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章:

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