Access Travel is a company that specialises in providing wheelchair accessible holiday solutions for people with restricted mobility. All properties have been either inspected by the company or recomended by a wheelchair user and in the judgement of Access Travel offer a good level of access…
We provide entertainment and activities for older people in Swaffham and District, including organising outings, events and fundraising. We run a Befriending Scheme and a Hospital Buddy Service financed by the Big Lottery. Drop in on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
These can be very useful when travelling on public transport now that the Government have asked people to wear a mask. Some autistic people are unable to wear a mask. If you would like a card please email. *Details correct at time of update 2/2/21…
This scheme is available for all residents of Beetley, East Bilney and Old Beetley. A car can be booked for any health related appointment, Doctor, Dentist, Hospital (including Addenbrookes and Papworth ), Chiropodist etc., and visiting the sick and elderly. The only criteria is that…
A ‘Blue Badge’ is a disabled parking permit, provided by Norfolk County Council, for those people who would otherwise be unable to access shops or facilities because of the distances involved when walking. To qualify for a badge you must be permanently and substantially disabled, so…
The British Red Cross, Mobility Aids Service, provides loans of living aids and mobility equipment, such as wheelchairs, commodes, walking sticks and frames, for people with a illness or disability. Loans are short-term and free-of-charge (but donations for the service are welcome).
Burnham Market Area Community Car Scheme organises volunteer drivers to take passengers for medically-related appointments from Wells-next-the-Sea and surrounding area to the east and coastal villages, west to Old Hunstanton and approximately 20 miles inland.  The scheme attends local surgeries including Burnham Market, Wells-next-the-Sea, Docking, Hunstanton,…
Bus Users UK gives passengers a voice, campaigns for better services, and works to protect the interests of bus and coach users. Buses are a lifeline. They help reduce congestion and pollution, build communities, and ensure that people from all social backgrounds and locations can…
Cam Sight is a Cambridgeshire charity that supports local people of all ages living with low vision and blindness to live the lives they choose. We work to enhance independence, improve well-being, and improve inclusion.  
If you have a mobility problem, we can lend you a scooter or wheelchair to help you visit the city centre. This is a free service, but you must register before you can use it. There are two Shopmobility centres, one on the fourth floor…