For visitors travelling with limited mobility, go to the SignPost website for current up to date information
Download the list of bays and beaches which are accessible for wheelchair users in this guide here.
Beach wheelchairs are also now available for use at Pembroke bay and these can be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The blue parking card follows a standard design that has been introduced across the EU and in some other additional European countries, as well as in Guernsey. Under a reciprocal agreement, disabled visitors from any participating country will be entitled to local disabled parking concessions when they bring their badge to the Island.
Guernsey has ‘low-floor’ buses, which are designed to carry disabled passengers and have kneeling suspension. Buses are fully accessible for the vast majority of wheelchair users (although it should be noted that one which is more than 75cm wide, or a wheelchair and occupant with a combined weight of more than 300 kilograms, cannot be carried). For more information, go to the Buses.gg website
The RADAR National Key Scheme exists in Guernsey and visitors are advised to bring their own. Alternatively, they are available from the Guernsey Information Centre.
Health Care Equipment Centre
+44(0) 1481 729268