Busy day today

This should have been posted Wednesday 20th February

Had tea & toast in Nash19, Princes Street. The restaurant is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

I then went onto Blackpool Shopping Centre & Retail Park. It is totally accessible. There are plenty of designated parking spaces. There are 2 wheelchair accessible toilets. There are wheelchairs and scooters available to rent for use within the centre.

Then onto Mallow for lunch in the Hibernian Hotel which is totally accessible. There are a number of designated parking spaces nearby but I am not sure exactly how many. Most of the shops appear to be accessible but I didn’t do a detailed tour this time. The main shopping centre is fully wheelchair accessible but there is a bit of a hill up to it which could make access more difficult for an unaccompanied wheelchair user. On the plus side there is parking adjacent to the centre,

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