An easy wheelchair accessible walk along some of the world’s best coastline can all be part of a day’s outing thanks to a new guide.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority has recently updated their Walks for All guide, first published in 2007.
Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority Access Manager, Pembrokeshire Access Group member Mr Alan Thomas and National Park Authority Chairman Cllr Tony Brinsden at Coppet Hall, which forms one of the new routes in the revised guide.
This successful guide, prepared with advice from the Pembrokeshire Access Group, has been revised and fully updated and a newly published edition is now available.
The Authority’s Access Manager Anthony Richards said: “The 17 routes promoted in this guide are distributed across the National Park and are aimed at families with young children and/or with pushchairs, as well as wheelchair users.
“There is also information on accessible beaches and viewpoints in the National Park, maps and public transport information.”
The new edition of this guide can be purchased from all National Park Visitor Centres and by mail order from Tenby National Park Centre on 01834 845040.
Information can also be found on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority website (www.pembrokeshirecoast.org.uk; search for Walks for All).
Published 05 September 2012