Monthly Archives: August 2016
Wheelchair Access on Devil’s Dyke
Pony Axe S taking a wheelchair along the South Downs Way is not just a publicity stunt. The South Downs Way is a challenge. 100 miles cross country, but the views are awesome, masses of butterflies, wild flowers, skylarks singing, … Continue reading
Wheelchair Access, South Downs Way, How?
The iBex is a SAFE, wheelchair enabled, pony drawn vehicle. SAFE is what really matters. I have taken the iBex, or to be more precise, Toby, my new, green, semi trained pony, has taken the iBex along some seriously tough … Continue reading
Wheelchair Access, South Downs Way, Why?
Yesterday, I reached the A286, just south of Cocking, in my Winchester to Beachy Head wheelchair access trip. I completed the A286-Buriton Farm-A286 section in under 4 hours, in driving drizzle mixed with rain and mist. Not many people, not … Continue reading
Wheelchair access, South Downs Way. Start.
The South Downs Way National Trail is accessible to anyone, using any wheelchair. Although I am less than half way along, driving a wheelchair enabled, pony drawn vehicle, from Winchester to Beachy Head, the ponies and I have done the … Continue reading