A charity dedicated to helping individuals with limited mobility is leading a guided walk as part of a special activity day.

The event, based at Richmond Swimming Pool from 10.30am to 3pm on Sunday, May 19, aims to showcase the work of Access the Dales, which provides all-terrain wheelchairs for individuals with poor or no mobility, enabling them to explore and enjoy the landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales and Forest of Bowland.

Visitors will have the chance to meet the team behind Access the Dales and learn more about the charity's mission and initiatives.

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TerrainHopper, the manufacturer of the 4x4 all-terrain wheelchair, will be present at the event, which will include guided walks along the old railway track to Easby Abbey.

A spokesperson for the charity said the walk "offers a unique opportunity for individuals to connect with nature, explore historical sites, and experience the freedom of accessible outdoor recreation".

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"Whether you're a supporter of Access the Dales, someone interested in learning more about accessible outdoor activities, or simply looking for a day of fun and exploration, this event is not to be missed," added the spokesperson.

For more information about the charity, see www.access-the-dales.com. 

The wider pool open day runs from 7am to 3pm with a host of other activities.