Berkshire ~ 'Visit'


Dinton Pastures Country Park


Riverside Café, nature walks & lakes.

Inclusive facilities - Changing Places & Mobility Scooters

The park hosts a changing places toilet for our less able visitors, while for our smallest visitors we have baby changing facilities.

Use of the changing places toilet requires a radar key which is available from the onsite café. It has a height adjustable, adult sized and wall mounted changing bench with a ceiling track hoist. The toilet is centrally placed with room either side for carers. More information about these facilities can be found on the changing places website.

We also provide mobility scooters for visitors who have difficulty walking, but still wish to explore and enjoy our country park. Children between 12 and 16 years old are also eligible to use the scooters when accompanied by an adult. This facility is free after completing a simple induction, which includes some form filling and a brief test on a scooter. No special skills are needed as the scooters are easy to drive and full instruction will be given. You must be able to walk to the scooter and be under 30 stone in weight.

  • Give us a call on 0118 934 2016 and we'll book you in for an induction. Please note that  your induction needs to be booked in prior to you first use of the facility. We suggest at least two weeks. 
  • Once inducted you will need to pre-book the scooter out for you desired dates and times to ensure that it is available for you. 
  • A Manual Wheelchair is also available on request - booking advisable by calling 0118 934 2016

Rose of Hungerford Canal Boat

Canal Walk, off Hungerford High Street, Berkshire RG17 0EQ

Purpose built wide-beamed trip boat based at Hungerford Wharf, sliding picture windows for warm days, or enclosed and centrally heated for chilly days. Electric wheelchair lift. * Please note that the lift is designed to take a “Standard Self-Propel Wheelchair”, which is 45″ long and 25″ wide.  Public trips on Weds, Sat & Sun and Bank Holidays from Easter until the end of October.  Special trips such as Mothering Sunday are very popular.* Please note that the lift is designed to take a “Standard Self-Propel Wheelchair”, which is 45″ long and 25″ wide

Thames River Cruises

Caversham Pier & Promenade, Reading.
"Where possible we will use the Caversham Lady for our river trips from Caversham. She has been redesigned to allow easy wheelchair access with as close as we can manage to a flat deck and has wheelchair accessible toilets.
All our vessels carry ramps to assist with wheelchair access and our staff are trained to assist. We try hard to accommodate all guests as comfortably as possible but we advise you give us a quick call in advance so we can discuss which vessel will be operating a specific service and what is possible"


Berkshire ~ 'Shop'



  • Prices, equipment available for  hire and opening times vary at each scheme
  • Shopmobility Schemes are open to everyone who has a mobility impairment or health condition which can be temporary or permanent
  • Scooters, powerchairs, power assisted wheelchairs and walkers are available at most schemes
  • Please contact your chosen scheme or check the website for specific details


11 Princess Square, Town Centre, Bracknell  RG12 1AF

01344 861316


Nicholsons Centre Car Park, The Broadway, Maidenhead SL6 1NT

01628 543038


1 Bolton Place, Northbrook Street, Newbury RG14 1AJ

01635 523854


The Coach Park, Alma Road, Windsor SL4 3HY

01753 622330