Britain’s most accessible beaches
7th July 2017
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There are few things that define the British summer more than a holiday at the beach, and as an island with some incredible coast lines, Brits are no amateurs when it comes to beach holidays. However many of the most famous beach towns in Britain were established in the Victorian era, and are often lacking in facilities necessary for those with limited mobility.
With as many as 10 million people in the UK with limited mobility, that means lots of people are reliant on additional facilities, such as stairlifts in the UK. Knowing the beach you intend to visit has all the necessary equipment to make your visit successful could be the difference between an enjoyable day out and an unpleasant encounter. To avoid this, see the infographic below to find the most accessible beaches in Britain.