Creating a springboard for a locally led recovery and re-imagination of the North of Tyne
The natural environment is there for us to use to further develop physical and mental wellbeing. Barriers to the natural environment are often overcome with clever infrastructure. Other ways of thinking, often think that if it isn't broke; then it doesn't need fixing. However; with a few clever installations in the right places the natural environment can become one with the whole world around it. The same can be said for persons who have the ability to enjoy Amble Links beach but are unable to due to unsafe pathways. This project will seek permissions from the National Trust and Northumberland County Council to install safe access for visitors and persons with disabilities. Also see as a pilot project, for future access points following on from this. It will also enhance Beach Wheelchair Projects at Amble Links. With improved signage. The project will hopefully be up and running in time for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend from Thursday 2nd June to Sunday 4th June 2022.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
I expect to achieve beach access for all in the shortest possible time. Reducing red tape. By enhancing beach access all types of the local community will benefit. By improving access at Amble Links it will enhance the Northumberland Coastline. Environmental projects may be boosted. Mental well-being and physical health care will be impacted by providing easier access to the local environment. By opening up a pathway; it will open up all sorts of opportunities. Even; environmental and ecological developmental projects may benefit in years to come. By starting this accessible pathways project; I aim to commission beach wheelchairs and work on providing storage for them for local communities to enjoy. Another consideration following this is to provide exercise classes and equipment that can be enjoyed in the outdoor environment.
Steps to get it done:
Making use of the natural environment. Allowing the Human Rights of persons with disabilities to be treated as a necessity rather than an afterthought. By doing so; the environmental impact will be beneficial for everyone who lives and works in the area. The possible beach disabled access path in the Amble links/North Druridge area will be free; fun and for everyone.
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