Hi Mark, I'm not quite sure what you mean by your query.Accessible to who?If you can drop us a line, then we can try to help.
We do notify walks that are wheelchair and family friendly, but due to the nature of the countryside, there are unfortunately not all that many on the site.
Hi Rose, I am not 100% sure, as a lot of beaches put restrictions on walking with dogs on beaches in the summer months.However, this one is mostly above the shore, so it should be fine.The best people to ask would be Margate Tourist Information: www.visitthanet.co.uk
From No.1 Walker on site, Pete Roberts, search driver 16, 80 walks around N.Wales and Cheshire, over 3000 photos to accompany those walks at Flickr, I D again driver 16 or TAG - CARFREEWALKS, should help you !
Hi guys, looking for some advice/information
I've found that there is a total lack of information out there on accessible walks through my Welsh country side.I have obviously found a few but could do with a whole lot more info.
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