Campaigners in Guernsey say more needs to be done to make the island accessible to people with disabilities, especially those thinking of visiting for a holiday.
Some improvements have been made in recent years with the introduction of ramps and lifts to some public buildings.
More recently, Guernsey Airport invested in a new step free ramp to improve accessibility for visitors.
But despite all of this, campaigners say there is still a long way to go.
Guernsey's Wooden Spoon charity has recently purchased three beach wheelchairs which are free to hire at Pembroke Beach.
If you are planning a visit or a day out in the Bailiwick, you can look up accessible places to stay and go here.