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Sussex Prairies Garden Questions & Answers

Worthing, United Kingdom

Is this garden and paths disable friendly? Especially on the surface of the paths - is it shingle or concrete? i ask as I use a rollator walking aid and it is hard to push on shingle - thank you

over a year ago Answer

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East Sussex, United Kingdom
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Its all grass. but my friend was in a wheelchair and i managed to push her as it was a dry day. Fabulous gardens do go.

over a year ago
Worthing, United Kingdom
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Thank you everyone - we will go there as looks very good and if I roll----well I roll haha --

over a year ago
Cambridge
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Most of the areas is grass but cannot quite remember the pathway to get to the main gardens. It would be best to call them in advance to check on the paths. I hope you do get to,visit as it is well worth it.

over a year ago
Steyning, United Kingdom
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You would be able to enjoy the overall views of the gardens from the wide grass paths that go through and round the garden, but the narrow paths that meander through the large flower beds would be very difficult for you.

over a year ago
Pevensey, United Kingdom
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Hi, I think you should be able to get around mostly. The paths are shingle or grass, from what I can remember.

over a year ago
Littlehampton, United Kingdom
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As with the other answers it is mainly bark chippings and grass.

over a year ago
Bosham, United Kingdom
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Hi,

I'm afraid it was grass and bark chipping.

over a year ago
Harrogate, United Kingdom
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From memory, the smaller garden at the entrance had fairly narrow gravel (?) paths. The main gardens are accessed by wide grassed areas.

I wouldn't want to put you off, but I think you might find the going tough with your walking aid.

Your best bet would be to ask the owners directly about disabled access as they are extremely approachable and helpful.

over a year ago
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