Guernsey campaigners call for increased disabled access across the island

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. 

Beach wheelchair to improve accessibility at Pembroke beach Credit: ITV Channel TV

If you are planning a visit or a day out in the Bailiwick, you can look up accessible places to stay and go here.