Exploring the UK and Beyond in a Wheelchair

Life is an exciting adventure; let’s make it accessible.

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Eric Morecambe statue in Morecambe, Lancashire.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Morecambe in Lancashire

Discover the hidden gem of Morecambe in Lancashire and experience Morecambe Bay’s beauty, the Midland Hotel’s grandeur, the humour of Eric …

Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Hire

WAV Hire from Allied Mobility Hire – We Did and Loved it!

I didn’t think we needed a WAV until we tried one. And now I’m not so sure. I thought a WAV …

Eurostar Train

Travelling from London to Paris on an Accessible Train

Paris is one of the world’s favourite destinations for tourists.  As I mentioned in Wheelchair Accessible Places to Visit in Paris, …

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Discover the best of wheelchair-friendly UK and beyond in style with The Bimblers, the UK’s leading travel blog for people with limited mobility.

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What is Wheelchair-Friendly Travel?

The term “wheelchair-friendly travel” refers to places and activities that are accessible and accommodating to people who use wheelchairs or other mobility aids. It means that the space has been designed or modified to allow people with disabilities to move around freely and independently without encountering obstacles or barriers.

Examples of wheelchair-friendly features may include ramps, wide doorways, accessible bathrooms, elevators, and designated parking spaces. These features are intended to make the space more inclusive and welcoming to people with disabilities, allowing them to participate fully in activities and events that take place there.