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Staffordshire Mobility Scooter Provision

The following sites have mobility scooters for hire… it is ALWAYS wise to enquire in advance to ensure one is available:

Cannock Chase Country Park Staffordshire County Council

Cannock Chase (WS12 4PW) was designated as Britain’s smallest AONB in 1958 because of its beautiful landscape, its wildlife and its history. Cannock Chase is the largest surviving area of lowland heathland in the Midlands . Lowland heath is an internationally scarce and threatened wildlife habitat. The AONB also has extensive areas of forest and woodland along with areas of designed parkland, sand and gravel quarrying and mixed agriculture. It holds brambling, yellowhammer, bullfinch and in summer nightjars. They have 3 Trampers for hire that can be pre-booked by ringing 01543 876741

Shugborough Hall Estate National Trust

Shugborough Hall is a stately home in Great Haywood, Staffordshire, ( ST17 0XB) England run by the National Trust. It is on the edge of Cannock Chase, about 4 miles from Stafford. There is designated mobility parking in the main car park. It has an accessible parkland walkway and there are adapted toilets at ticket office and servants’ quarters. They have 2 Trampers for hire that can be pre-booked by telephone 01889 881388

Tittesworth Water Seven Trent Water

Tittesworth Water Visitors Centre , Meerbrook, Leek  ST13 8SW is situated near to Leek, on the edge of the spectacular Peak District National Park. It is open all year round. There are over 100 hectares of rich wildlife habitat, linking the agricultural landscape of North Staffordshire with the wild moorlands of the Peak District. Tittesworth has a wide variety of habitats, from conifer plantation and semi ancient woods to wildflower meadows and marshland. This variety of habitat enables us to provide food, shelter and water for a wide variety of wildlife species.Lapwing, snipe and curlew are regular visitors to the fields around Tittesworth and when water levels fall in the Summer the exposed mud attracts birds such as oystercatchers, plovers and herons. The meadows are rich in wild flowers such as purple spotted orchid, ox-eye daisy and birds foot trefoil. These plants also provide food for butterflies such as the meadow brown. They have 2 Trampers for hire that can be pre-booked by telephone 01538 300188


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