Daughter is wheelchair bound, cannot speak eat or drink


We are looking for wheelchair accessible locations, to take our 100% cognitive daughter, out to. 

It is a manual chair & we push her. 

She is an outdoor girl who is, currently, living in The Dean Neurological Centre, in Gloucester but we have transport to take her to most places, & she doesn't worry about a bit of rain or cold. 



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Jennie - You're...

replied 1 year ago

Hi John, we have a number of outdoor places with wheelchair access listed on You're Welcome, such as the Tetbury Trail, Pittville Park and Robinswood Hill (although to actually go up the hill from the car park may not be an option with a manual wheelchair). If you go to 'Things to do' and scroll down below the different categories of interest, there's a search bar where you can search by location, interests and specific requirements (such as access for wheelchair users). You might be interested in the 'Gardens and Nature' category or 'Parks and Green Spaces'.

Depending on your daughter's interests, in Gloucester there's also The Hub, Gloucester (for making music), The Museum of Gloucester and The Cavern (a coffee shop run by Kingfisher Treasure Seekers), among other venues and activities.

Do check out the websites for anywhere you might find on You're Welcome for further information. Contact details can be found on an organisation's You're Welcome profile, which you can find on the right hand side of any of their listings.