Zoo farm’s provides free-hire wheelchairs

Ashleigh Weller of NAZF and Bob Sansom of Access Able

Ashleigh Weller of NAZF and Bob Sansom of Access Able - Credit: supplied

NOAH’S Ark Zoo Farm has teamed up with a Bristol business to provide free-hire wheelchairs for its disabled visitors.

The Wraxall attraction now has wheelchairs that are specially-designed to cope with the park’s terrain, making access around it easier for all.

The equipment has been provided by Access Able in the hope it will allow all families and visitors to make the most of the zoo farm’s facilities and displays.

Zoo spokesman Jon Woodward said: “The sponsorship from Access Able has helped us to provide a top quality service and to go the extra mile for our disabled visitors. We are truly grateful for their support.”

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