This section covers Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Lincolnshire, Norfolk and Suffolk

These are general websites which have details of some accessible places or walks that may or may not be listed on the individual County pages.


Access for All in the Brecks part 1 of 3 - Access for All in the Brecks part 2 of 3 - Access for All in the Brecks part 3 of 3 - (Download from our archive) A5 leaflet (opens out to A3) includes detailed information on Access for all routes suitable for people with limited mobility, plus a summary of other relevant sites to visit - downloadable PDF leaflets (now discontinued) produced by the Brecks Partnership and covers accessible attractions and routes, they may still be of use.


Easier access in the Broads - (Download from our archive) - Info on Boardwalks and easy access paths These are suitable for wheelchair users and people with pushchairs. Map of area and accessible sites


Norfolk Access For All Walks - "a selection of walks which provide an opportunity for everyone from pushchair users to those with limited mobility to experience the wonderful diversity of the landscapes and wildlife of the Norfolk Coast AONB. These routes are suitable for shortening or extending. While they have no formal disability audits, they have descriptions, images and information provided by the organisations who manage the site." - from the Norfolk Coast Partnership website


For East of England accessible tourist attractions information see




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