This will be Thomas Sanderson’s first visit to the Mobility Roadshow so it is a very exhilarating time for us! As the UK's original hands-on consumer event, showcasing mobility innovation for 30 years! – We are excited to get involved!
The Mobility Roadshow – why visit?
Presenting the finest in mobility innovation for 30 years, the national Mobility Roadshow is the original hands-on mobility event, showcasing the best possible products and services for an independent lifestyle. Whether you want to test drive, have a go at sport, driving experiences, rock climbing or just find out what’s new in the mobility market – it’s all here!
Inspirational - be amazed at life-changing products and new ideas for YOUR independent lifestyle
Informative - gain a wealth of expert help, information and advice
Interactive - test drive vehicles, wheelchairs, power chairs, scooters, cycles; join in sport, watch demonstrations, activities for all the family
The UK’s most comprehensive event of its kind, it is THE annual mobility and lifestyle consumer event, showcasing a huge variety of products and services to aid an independent lifestyle. The Mobility Roadshow aims to give anyone with a mobility problem - drivers, passengers, adults or children - the chance to assess what is available to help solve that problem and most importantly to try out and evaluate the options in a ‘no pressure’ environment
Whether you have a disability that affects your mobility, or you’re an older person who is finding mobility that little bit more restricted than it used to be, the Mobility Roadshow is your one-stop shop for independence and freedom. It offers, quite simply, the best possible showcase of mobility products and services anywhere in the UK.
Latest cars and converted vehicles fitted with adaptations; the widest range of wheelchair-accessible vehicles (WAVS); lightweight, sports, power and manual wheelchairs; hand controls; hoists; car seats; commercial vehicles; battery chargers; trikes and scooters; walkers; rotating car seats; specialist wheels and tyres; suspension systems; ramps; seat clamps; wheelchair restraints; independent living aids and numerous gizmos and gadgets to make life easier for anyone with a mobility problem.
Bright new – and fun – ideas for young disabled children and teens feature at this year’s Mobility Roadshow that is celebrating 30 years showcasing the latest innovations to aid mobility for people of all ages. This is a great ‘try it out’ event for families with children and young disabled people, as well as carers. In addition, there is entertainment and lots of activity in the Sports Zone – including an accessible climbing wall – for children to take part in.
Welcoming visitors to the show will be Telford’s longest-serving town crier. At 90 years, Percy Simmonds is the UK’s oldest known town crier and a classic ‘act’. Only last year he swapped his motorbike for a mobility scooter, but continues to drive. Percy’s advice to everyone contemplating how to remain active in advanced years is: “If there are mobility aids available, use them”!