Nestled amongst the Cambrian Mountains is the town of Lampeter in West Wales. This was our base while glamping in a wheelchair accessible safari tent. Whilst glamping is all about switching off, relaxing in nature and doing whatever you want, there is also so many beautiful things to see and things to do. [Read more…] about Wheelchair Accessible Things To Do In West Wales
One of my favourite childhood memories was strawberry picking. If you know me then you know how much I love fruit so picking my own is like the best thing ever. I would love to grow my own fruit and vegetables one day. So it was a sunny Saturday and we headed off to Cairnie Fruit Farm to pick our own. My only concern before going was how wheelchair accessible strawberry picking was going [Read more…] about Strawberry Picking In A Wheelchair | Cairnie Fruit Farm
Liverpool is known as the birthplace of the fab four, The Beatles as well as a diverse and cultural city. We recently returned from a short stay in Liverpool where we stayed at Staybridge Suites Liverpool for two nights in one of their wheelchair accessible suites. [Read more…] about Staybridge Suites Liverpool | Wheelchair Accessible Hotel Next To Albert Dock
Well, the school summer holidays are over in Scotland. It’s been a quick seven weeks. I know most parents are ecstatic that the kids are back to school, but I’ve enjoyed seeing my nephew most days during the week again. To make the most of the days we saw him during this holiday we tried to do lots of fun things. [Read more…] about Visiting The Japanese Garden at Cowden In A Wheelchair
Today we have a guest post from Josephine Rees who is a Dutch-British accessibility blogger and the founder of Able Amsterdam. Josephine is sharing 10 wheelchair-friendly things to do in Amsterdam, The Netherlands that will give you inspiration and tips for your wheelchair accessible trip to Amsterdam. [Read more…] about 10 Wheelchair-Friendly Things To Do In Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Ever since it opened in 2018, we have been keen to visit the V&A Dundee. So for a little #SundayFunday we decided to take a trip through and check it out. I was really interested to see what it would be like visiting V&A Dundee in a wheelchair, especially being a brand new, state of the art building. [Read more…] about Visiting V&A Dundee In A Wheelchair
I need to start off by saying that this review is well overdue. Like two months overdue. However, better late than never, right? So without further ado let’s get into my review of the wheelchair access at Mitchell Library in Glasgow where I attended the incredible Saba Douglas Hamilton – ‘A Life With Elephants’ show. [Read more…] about The Mitchell Library Glasgow Wheelchair Access | Saba Douglas-Hamilton
For the past two years, I’ve had the pleasure of being a Naidex Ambassador. Naidex is Europe’s largest disability event and exhibition which takes place every year at Birmingham NEC. This was my first time at Naidex as I was unable to attend last year. So I was looking forward to finally making it this year.
Disabled Access Day 2019 took place this past weekend and I was excited to support the event by visiting Stirling Castle. Historic Scotland hired a Mobiloo for Stirling Castle’s disabled access day event, so it was great to go along as a Mobiloo ambassador and support their amazing work on such a special day. [Read more…] about Stirling Castle Wheelchair Accessible Review | Disabled Access Day With Mobiloo
Going to the cinema to see the latest big blockbuster should be an enjoyable experience for everyone. The range of movies on offer means you are guaranteed to find something that interests you regardless of your age or whether you are alone or with friends and family. However, it seems like disabled people are finding it more difficult to enjoy the cinema experience or even go at all due to the lack of accessibility. [Read more…] about Accessibility In Cinemas: How Wheelchair Friendly Are Cinemas?