Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is encouraging people to get involved with Disabled Access Day on Saturday January 17th by taking advantage of the numerous easy access opportunities available across the National Park.
Disabled Access Day is a national event that is all about getting people out and visiting somewhere that they’ve never been to before, be it an indoor or outdoor venue.
National Park Authority Rights of Way Officer Anthony Richards, said: “Some of the Pembrokeshire Coast’s finest scenery can be viewed by taking advantage of the variety of easy access routes in the National Park, which are available to download from our website.
“The website’s new ‘Access for All’ section also includes information on easy access viewpoints and beaches, as well as details on mobility scooter and beach wheelchair hire. We hope people will take advantage of the access opportunities available to them on Disabled Access Day and beyond in order to discover more of this world-class landscape.”
In the event of bad weather, why not learn more about the National Park with a visit to one of the Authority’s centres in Newport, Tenby or Oriel y Parc Gallery and Visitor Centre in St Davids.
All these sites are wheelchair accessible. Please note that the main gallery at Oriel y Parc is accessed via a lift.
For more information on Disabled Access Day please visit www.disabledaccessday.com.
For more information about access for all in the National Park please go to www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk/accessforall.