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First destination Access guide for Cannock Chase National Landscape

Cannock Chase National Landscape are pleased to launch their first Destination

Access Guide. The purpose of the guide is to give visitors more information on

accessible leisure activities that can be visited if you have a disability, require

assistance with access, or a parent and guardian with small children and a buggy.

Helping everyone to be able to plan, easily explore and have a great day out.

The guide is available as a download from the Cannock Chase website and has

information on the accessible facilities available at 21 different locations including

each of the visitor centres and cafes such as the Cannock Chase Visitor Centre,

Cannock Chase Forest Centre and The Wolseley Centre which all make ideal starting

points for your visit. Shugborough Estate and other attractions, trails, nature reserves

and car parks are included too. Each entry in the guide includes sensory information,

what you can touch, see, smell and hear on a visit.

For use alongside the guide are 6 videos that have been produced for some of our

shorter, popular walking trails from 1 to 2.25 miles long which provide a taste of the


Part of the project included supporting Inspiring Healthy Lifestyles to purchase an

additional 8 inclusive, adaptive bikes that are available for disability groups to use

from Cannock Chase Visitor Centre.

Councillor Victoria Wilson, Chair of the Cannock Chase National Landscape

Partnership added: The development of an Access guide for the National Landscape

has been an amazing achievement and we look forward to welcoming new visitors

as well as helping others discover different areas that they may not have thought of

going to before.

Access Guide can be downloaded from the website here

Guidance for your visit - Cannock Chase (

The trail videos can be found here.


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