Please help us to keep our beach wheelchair service at Saundersfoot Harbour.
Beach wheelchair
The beach wheelchairs are used by families and organisations so that every member of the community can enjoy our wonderful beaches.
Saundersfoot Harbour Commission has kindly offered to make one of our beach wheelchairs available from their shop on the harbour and this year they will be available free of charge.
But we still need funds to maintain the chairs every year, and from time to time they have to be replaced at a cost of around £3000 each. We would be really grateful if you could make a donation to help keep this service going, every penny counts.


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Access Group members at the AGM 11th October 2012

Group members at AGM 13th October 2012

Pembrokeshire Access Group Coast Path Celebration with Iolo and S4C
Coast path walk with Iolo Williams

The Pembrokeshire Access Group recently celebrated the opening of the All Wales Coast Path by organising a fun walk along one of Pembrokeshire’s most accessible and beautiful stretches of coast path. The event was filmed for S4C’s Bro programme and presenter Iolo Williams joined the Group, which included wheelchair users, blind people and customers from the County’s Adult Training Centres, in perfect weather conditions along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path between Coppet Hall and Wisemans Bridge.

Iolo was particularly impressed to discover that there are many sections of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path which are accessible to disabled people and that beach wheelchairs are available so that everyone is able to enjoy our glorious beaches. Chatting at length with Access Group members about the benefits of walking the coast path Iolo was very complimentary about the spectacular scenery and the huge health and recreational opportunities which the easy access sections of the Pembrokeshire Coast Path offer, not only for the many visitors to Pembrokeshire but for the whole community and that includes disabled people.

The Access Group is continually working with Pembrokeshire County Council and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority to make more walking opportunities available to disabled people and this work is ongoing, with links now being made to the many inland easy access walks around the County.

To comment or raise concerns on disability matters please contact the Chairman Henry Langen on 01834 861202 or the Pembrokeshire County Council Access Officer Alan Hunt on 01437 775148. Both will be happy to receive your call.

Would you like to find out more about the Pembrokeshire Access Group or join and help make a difference?
If so please contact Alan Hunt for more information. tel: 01437 775148. email:





















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Acces Group membersPembrokeshire Passport


This simple but powerful low tech wallet promises to open up public transport for disable people and anyone who is nervous about using the bus or the train.

Here are downloadable booklets which explain how the Pembrokeshire Passport is used: (opens new window)
on the bus
on the train
Booklets are also available in Braille and audio CD.

To request a Pembrokeshire Passport please telephone Pembrokeshire County Council on 01437 764551.


Download this leaflet for a concise and informative explanation of what the Social Model of Disability is all about.