Shopmobility

Website: www.shopmobilityuk.org

Shopmobility is a scheme which lends manual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs and powered scooters to members of the public with limited mobility to shop and to visit leisure and commercial facilities within the town, city or shopping centre. You do not need to be registered disabled to use it. All schemes operate slightly differently; some provide Shopmobility as a free service while others make a charge.

Oswestry (Charges apply)
Address: 
Oswestry Community Action, Qube, Queens Building, Oswald Road, Oswestry, Shrops, SY11 1RB
Telephone: 01691 656882
Bookings: 01691 671571 Available Monday to Friday 10 am till 3 pm

Website: https://qube-oca.org.uk/wheelchair-and-scooter-hire/

Manual wheelchairs and powered scooters available,  for a charge, booked in advance and for periods longer than one day, parking spaces within 40 metres, and disabled WC available.

Shrewsbury (Closed from 31st May 2019)
Address: N/A
Telephone: N/A
Email: N/A

 

Telford (Charges apply)
Address:
 Telford Shopping Centre, Red Oak Car Park, Telford TF3 4BX

Telephone: 01952 238005/238015
Email: shopmobility@telfordshopping.co.uk
Website: http://www.telfordshopping.co.uk/shopmobility

This scheme meets the criteria set down by the Dept of Transport;  manual wheelchairs, powered scooters and powered wheelchairs available,  for a charge, booked in advance and for periods longer than one day, parking spaces for blue badge holders within 40 metres and disabled WC available..

Wrexham: (Charges apply)

Address: Wrexham Bus Station, KIng Street, Wrexham LL11 1LF

Telephone: 01978 312390

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10.00 am – 16.00 pm, and 9.30 am – 12.30 pm on the last Saturday of every month.

Shopmobility is a scheme which lends manual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs and powered scooters to members of the public with limited mobility to shop and to visit leisure and commercial facilities within the town, city or shopping centre. You do not need to be registered disabled to use it. All schemes operate slightly differently; some provide Shopmobility as a free service while others make a charge.

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  1. Dawn Miles

    What do you do with your old mobility scooters. I have a friend who is 83 years and gets out of breath after walking a few feet. He would like a scooter so he can go to the local shops. He manages on his pension and AA so is short of money. He has a lot of knowledge of cars and is capable and willing to do repairs. He would appreciate any assistance you can offer.

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