An act of vandalism means people in wheelchairs won't be able to access specially adapted chairs on a Cornish beach - for the rest of the summer. The chairs cost thousands of pounds and won't be replaced at Polzeath until next year. They're offered at a handful beaches where it's difficult to get a wheelchair onto the sand.
Their giant wheels have been making this beach accessible to disabled people for years but these charred remains are now all that's left of the two specially adapted sand chairs at Polzeath.
Police are investigating the break in and believe it was a group of kids aged between 14 and 16 on holiday. The charity that donated the chairs are worried people's holidays will be ruined.
The Surf School is now raising money to buy new equipment and hope the chairs can be replaced before the end of the summer