Ryde is the largest town on the Isle of Wight with 5 miles of sandy beaches. Unfortunately, the current lack of accessibility means that many residents and visitors are excluded from enjoying it if using wheelchairs, mobility scooters or require walkers for stability.
Ryde Town Council strongly believe that nobody should feel excluded due to lack of access to facilities. Therefore, we want to make one of the most popular stretches of the beach accessible to wheelchair users, and people who struggle with mobility, so they too can enjoy beach days with their friends and family.
Please take a moment to read the presentation and see what we are working towards.
Together with Unlimited Island we have been tirelessly seeking grants and sponsorship to provide accessible equipment on Ryde Beach. We are eagerly awaiting news and keeping our fingers crossed for positive outcomes.
If you would like to show your support and contribute to this worthy cause, you can make a donation through Unlimited Island’s JustGiving page. Every little bit helps in making a big difference!
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