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Mobility aids

Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk

We provide short-term loans of wheelchairs and toilet aids.

If you are a health and social care commissioner, please look at our information for commissioners.

You can either collect equipment or, in some cases, have it delivered for a small fee. We also stock new and reconditioned items for sale – please contact us for more information.


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    1. Mobility aids, Swaffham

    Swaffham Community Centre
    Campinglands, Swaffham

    PE37 7RB

    01760 336 525

    Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am-1pm

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  • 1. Mobility aids, Swaffham

    Swaffham Community Centre
    Campinglands, Swaffham

    PE37 7RB

    01760 336 525

    Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10am-1pm

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Mobility aids

We offer the following mobility aids for loan in your area:

  • wheelchairs
  • commodes
  • crutches
  • toilet frames
  • walking frames

Borrow a wheelchair

Nearly everyone who has their own wheelchair from us has their own crisis. Our UK volunteers help people in crisis every single day.

Read stories of people we've helped

After her leg was amputated, Lorna Williams was desperate to return home – but didn’t realise how difficult it would be coping alone.

When Eve O’Malley fractured her ankle, it looked like she’d be stuck at home – until we provided a wheelchair.

When Osian Nash broke his leg, the most upsetting thing was the prospect of missing his favourite rugby team’s big game.

Diana Spooner was facing ten weeks stuck in a chair following an operation, but our wheelchair soon had her racing around again.