Moorings Mediquip attend the Mobility Roadshow on the 26th – 28th May 2016

The Mobility Roadshow is the UK’s premier consumer-focused mobility and lifestyle event, showcasing products and services to help maintain independent mobility. The show, which celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2013, is organised by registered charity Mobility Choice. For 2016 the Mobility Roadshow is to be hosted for the first time at Silverstone Circuit, where visitors will have the opportunity to test drive adapted and specialist vehicle conversions on the iconic Grand Prix Circuit, as well as try out the very latest innovations in the mobility market.

Moorings Mediquip have been supplying disability equipment in UK and Ireland for over 20 years. We will have a wide range of innovative products on show for you to try, including the 4 Power 4  – The powerful motorized 4×4 wheelchair designed to be used in the country, city, on the beach or in the mountains. P-Access – The new simple and practical Powerstand electric stand-up wheelchair and the Tailwind – The most advanced power-assist wheelchair in the world.  That’s not all, we will have an exciting range of Freedom Concept Trikes for you to try too, whatever your needs there’s a tricycle just for you.

“The Mobility Roadshow is a great opportunity to showcase our innovative range of mobility solutions.” said Ali MacCorkell, Managing Director, Moorings Mediquip.

The visitors to the event can get all the information they need from our trained specialists and try the mobility equipment for themselves.  Moorings Mediquip will be located at stand number H3-68 and we look forward to meeting you at the Mobility Roadshow.


Check out the video below demonstrating the 4 Power 4 in action:


About Austen

My name is Austen Burns, Digital Marketing Consultant at Moorings Mediquip and I will be uploading blogs and news for you to read. I have a disability called Cerebral Palsy (CP). This affects my movement and co-ordination and as a result use a walking frame or mobility scooter to get around. I have a Degree in Computing & a Masters in Marketing, in my spare time I have always been involved in disability sports, competing in both disability swimming and equestrian at international level. My main focus has been on Equestrian where I am currently on the Irish Para dressage team. Despite having had success internationally I am yet to make a Paralympic team and with Tokyo 2020 coming closer it would be a dream to make this happen. As a consultant for Moorings Mediquip I hope to write fresh online content, information and debate within the disability and health fields, as well as work on many new digital marketing initiatives throughout 2017.