There becomes a slight tipping point, we are not saying we’ve reached it, but the number of enquiries and sales to National Trust sites of our all terrain wheelchairs for visitors to use is increasing.
This is fantastic news and we’re thrilled to announce that Hughenden based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire now have 2 MT Push all terrain attendant wheelchairs for visitors to use.
Hughenden has so much outdoor space – there are of course the maintained and restored gardens – formal, walled and the west bank woodland garden. This then leads off to the wider parkland.
With over 680 acres there will always be new areas to discover and explore for a longer stroll and to take in the grounds and admire the inspiring views across the parkland to the chalk stream in the valley and the hills beyond.
There are paths that criss-cross the 18th century parkland to help you explore the wider estate. These paths are perfect terrain for the MT Push and means all of the outdoor areas can be explored with friends and family no matter what your ability.
Hughenden have 2 MT Push all terrain attendant wheelchairs available for visitors who have limited mobility to use. These are available free of charge, but normal admission fees apply.
The MT Push is very easy to use – the steering and braking takes place in the push handle located behind the rider. High end components, similar to those found on a mountain bike, such as hydraulic brakes and air suspension provide a safe and comfortable ride. Hughenden opted for one to their MT Push wheelchairs to have the headrest included which offers additional comfort and support for the rider.
For more information about Hughenden please visit the National Trust website, here, where further information can be found about opening times, getting there and what’s on.
Hughenden is based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
For more information about the Mountain Trike all terrain wheelchair products, visit the website.