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Welcome to Wheelfreedom
The UK's leading wheelchair hire and mobility specialists.
We are specialists in manual and electric wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and orthopaedic knee scooters, offering products for both hire and purchase. We operate a nationwide manual wheelchair hire service, and a regional specialist mobility division that operates in London and the Home Counties and offers short-term hire, long-term hire, sales, and the Motability scheme for powered wheelchairs, mobility scooters and specialist manual wheelchairs. We offer expert consultations for high-end prescriptive manual and powered wheelchairs, as well as an OT assessment service for those with complex seating needs. For further information, please explore our website by clicking on one of the images above.
Quad Tennis returns to Wimbledon
Last year’s Wimbledon saw Andy Lapthorne partner up with David Wagner to beat Dylan Alcott & Lucas Sithole in straight sets during an exhibition match in the first ever quad match played at the infamous South London event. The success of this match has meant that this year’s Wimbledon will see the inauguration of the Quad wheelchair division.Read more
Product Profile: Pride i-Go Plus
True folding powerchairs first appeared a few years ago, and were somewhat “rough and ready” with compromises on performance and comfort needed to minimise weight, as well as folding mechanisms that were notoriously fiddly. Since then they’re been refined as technology has developed, and Pride’s new i-Go Plus is the culmination of this progress – comfortable, capable and surprisingly affordable.Read more
Wheelfreedom Provides Wheelchairs for Back Up Trust
We were recently contacted by Rosie, a tireless advocate for Back Up Trust, who after suffering a spinal cord injury herself turned to Back Up Trust and they helped give her everything she needed to get back up and live life to the fullest. She asked for a couple of wheelchairs for an event she was holding for spinal cord injury awareness day.Read more