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Dates: 4th May; 18th May; 1st June; 29th June; 6th July; 7th Sept; 5th Oct;
The Lower Leas Coastal Park offers a variety of opportunities for differing needs.
For those with mobility limitations, (those with a walker, stick or just a bit wobbly on their feet) can find ample seating all around the coastal park.
This is also a great location for those who live in the local area, without means of transport to the other locations
We can offer sessions to gain confidence and familiarity with new wheeled equipment. As there is a range of terrain around the park.
This location is suitable for those with mobility limitations as there is a Disabled Toilet on site as well as lots of seating available for rests, plus an accessible Sea View Cafe (The Mermaid Cafe). As well as an historic cafe near the entrance (The Lift Cafe).
The park has secured funding for a Changing Places Toilet facility, which will be installed in due course.
There is Disabled Parking free for Blue Badge Holders for 3 hours.
We'll be exploring the gardens along an easy access path, taking time to explore coastal planting, wildflower area with a backdrop of the sea. Join us and get close to nature with our experienced Support Walkers.
📆Theme: To Be Advised
♿ Wheelchair and mobility scooter friendly (including parking)
👨🦯 Suitable for all physical, learning and mental health needs
🚾 Toilets nearby
☕ Refreshments nearby
🚸 All ages welcome
🌳 Connect with nature and wildlife
🎨 Nature arts and craft activity
📚 Interactive nature & folk tales
🏛 Site of Historic Interest
🔊 Equipment can be provided for Visual or Hearing impairments (please let us know in advance)
⏰ 2 hours duration but feel free to leave when & if you need to
🪑 Frequent seating opportunities
🦮 Support pets and well behaved dogs welcome
👫 Support and carers welcome
🧭 Meet us by the entrance of the park by the carpark on Lower Sandgate Road. Location details click here...Lower Leas Coastal Park
More details of the walks, along with FAQ's on our website.. https://wildwithwheels.com
Wild with Wheels funding provided through the Farming in Protected Landscapes programme from Defra and the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, who are supporting access to nature in Kent.
We look forward to welcoming you to our friendly group, led and inspired by disabled adults and children.
Please take a look at our FAQ's section for all details on the walks, accessibility and support that Wild With Wheels offers.
If you can't find the information you are looking for then please get in touch and we will respond as soon as we can.
Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.