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Disabled Access, Wheelchair walks, Easy Access, Access for All, Mobility, Walks on Wheels, Miles without Stiles - whatever the term the following is all about accessibility to the countryside and green spaces of Wrexham

Walks Greenspaces and Countryside

Acton Park - (ACE note - No Accessibility info found)

Bellevue Park - Green Flag Award - landscaped sensory garden at the entrance to the park.

Bonc yr Hafod - (ACE note - No Accessibility info found)

Brynkinalt Park, Chirk - (ACE note - No Accessibility info found)

Disabled Access to the Countryside - Wrexham - We hope that the walks suggested in this booklet will encourage you to visit one or more of the sites and enjoy the local countryside.

Erddig - 18th-century country house, formal walled garden and 1,200-acre country park - National Trust (Charges for non-members) - see the ACE article click here

Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - The world famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is located on this stretch. A large car park offers level entry on to the canal towpath - Smooth level surface with gentle linear slopes. Toilets and Cafe

Stryt Las Park - Access for disabled. With surfaced pathways around the park, Stryt Las is accessible for you to explore.

Wrexham (Different Ways To Access The Countryside) - details of 8 walks - also of local fishing and horseriding for disabled people

Country Parks

Alyn Waters Country Park - Running from the Visitor Centre for 2 miles across the park is a cycleway and Sculpture Trail. It offers safe cycling for families with, apart from two steep paths down to the river, mostly gentle slopes and exciting sculptures to view. It also provides great access for wheelchair users

Minera Lead Mines and Country Park - Access for the disabled. Toilets for the disabled

Moss Valley Country Park - The park has a number of footpaths which often follow the old tramways and railway lines. (ACE note - No Accessibility info found)

Ponciau Banks Park - Improved pathways and access for all

Ty Mawr Country Park - Green Flag Award - Surfaced circular pathway with some slopes is accessible for all. Toilets (including disabled and baby changing facilities).

Nature Reserves


Other Useful Links

Coarse Fishing Venues With Disabled Access in Wrexham - details of venues with disabled facilities

Disability Sport Wales - Wrexham - From this site you will be able to find new and existing sports in the area, and other things coming up such as coach education courses and competitions.

Celtic Warriors Wheelchair Basketball Club - The club has members as young as 13 years old - and we welcome people of all ages and abilities.

North Wales Dragons - wheelchair rugby - Plas Madoc Leisure Centre, Acrefair, Wrexham


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