Easy access to sites

We want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery, varied landscapes and relaxing atmosphere of the borough’s beautiful countryside. Many of our sites have moderate to good levels of access, with surfaced flat paths.

Ambarrow Court

A disabled access path runs through the site and includes handrails and passing places to allow wheelchair users and mobility-impaired people to access the range of habitats found throughout the site.

Clinton's Hill

Surface paths give access to the picnic area at this site. This is adjacent to the play area.

Larks Hill

Six pedestrian access points lead onto Larks Hill's hoggin paths, which are predominantly suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs (although some may become soft in wet weather). Larks Hill and West End is one of three accessible rural routes in the borough, the others being Frost’s Folly and Warfield Church and Jock’s Lane and The Cut. Further information is available in leaflets, which are available to download from our Walking webpage.

Lily Hill Park

Accessible paths (suitable for mobility scooters) have been created as part of restoration works at the site.

Longhill Park

The park is generally flat and reasonably accessible for mobility-impaired people. The main access to the site is from the main car park off Long Hill Road. Pedestrian access points are located at the junction of Long Hill Road and Harvest Ride; the northern point of Harvest Ride; the rear of Timline Green; and the rear of Milman Close.

Pope’s Meadow

A circular hoggin path starts in the main car park and provides easy access to the pond, picnic benches and open grassland.

Shepherd Meadows

Disabled access paths at this site in Sandhurst lead to fishing platforms that are suitable for the mobility impaired.

Westmorland Park

This is an eight-hectare parkland with sports facilities, open grassland, play areas, a pond and mature parkland trees. A surfaced path suitable for wheelchairs runs parallel to the west boundary.

Disabled Go

The Disabled Go website provides an access guide covering 500 venues across the borough.

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