Mobility Choices ceases trading four months after supplier buy-out

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Retailer Mobility Choices has closed its Manchester site and has stopped trading, four months after it bought out a walking aid supplier, AMP can confirm.

The Manchester-based outfit had one store in Denton and ran an established online operation.

Mobility Choices’ site and phone lines are not currently operating.

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Mobility Choices had been due to exhibit at Naidex next month and revealed to AMP at Trade Days in October that it was acquiring walking aid Flexyfoot in a move designed to expand its trade offering and opportunities for growth.

Mobility Choices was a stockist and retailer of a large range of daily living and mobility aids such as prescription wheelchairs, powerchairs, scooters, access ramps, stairlifts, and walking aids.

It was also the exclusive UK distributor for Ossenberg walking aids.



  1. Sunny said:

    They took £1600 off me for a wheelchair then closed two weeks later they knew fine well I wouldn’t get my chair

  2. Kara Ferrier said:

    Ordered 2 walking sticks in January. Mobility Choices emailed to say there was 6 week waiting time, we agreed to wait the 6 weeks. They took the money knowing fine well the sticks would never be supplied.


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