This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Mobility Scooter
Entry to the visitors' centre is flat from the disabled car park and there is an electric door opener. There is a clear way through the visitors centre and an all weather route round the reserve. All bird hides are easily accessible in a scooter and there are also handrails.
Transport & Parking
3 disabled bays could be a little closer to the centre.
1 disabled toilet/baby change. Very clean, handrail, automatic light, no mirror.
On previous visits to participate in a birdwatching day a course trapping and studying small mammals my needs were considered. On the first a volunteer went with us to make sure I didn't get stuck when we went off the hard path. On the second, the humane traps were placed so that I could access them.