National Trust has made the all-terrain Mountain Trike available at its Cliveden site in a bid to make it more accessible.
According to a report from the Bucks Free Press, the introduction of the Mountain Trike aims to allow users to explore more of the grounds.
The National Trust says it wants to make its facilities accessible to all and has already ordered another mountain trike wheelchair due to the positive feedback received.
Working alongside the University of Leicester, Cliveden detailed how it is looking at new ways it can makes the facility more accessible.
Mark Bradshaw, National Trust general manager at Cliveden told the Bucks Free Press: “Going forward, we’re looking to embed access for disabled people in other areas of our work. The refurbishment of the Orangery Café is our next project where we want to work with access groups to ensure we design for everyone.”
Adding: ““We’ve got a long way to go, but it feels like we can achieve a step change to everyone feeling welcome at Cliveden.”