TGA and Lake District National Park’s emotive film to premier at Naidex
On stand F32 at Naidex, mobility scooter users will be able to discover TGA’s new partnership with the Lake District National Park which promotes the 50 Miles without Stiles accessible routes.
TGA keep customers moving, their way. They provide mobility scooters and wheelchairs tailored to suit all kinds of people with all kinds of needs. Their products handle a variety of terrain, not just along the street, but up green hills, through vibrant gardens, and even on the beach. TGA has teamed up with the Lake District National Park, in its 70th year, for a campaign that promotes the ‘Miles without Stiles’ inclusive walks for those who previously may have thought were inaccessible.
The feeling of freedom that comes from exploring the great outdoors, independently or with family, has been captured in a flagship 90-second film that TGA has professionally produced with the Lake District National Park. This moving video provides touching moments from accessible routes in the park whilst conveying the sensation of reaching memorable places that were impossible before.
Emma Moody, Recreation and Sustainable Transport Officer for the Lake District National Park, is enthused with this new partnership as she explains: “By working with TGA on a series of short films, we’ve been able to refresh our promotion of Miles without Stiles routes, and share valuable advice from a respected mobility scooter specialist. We’re delighted to welcome more people to places that they previously thought were inaccessible, savour the memorable sights and take home lifelong memories.”
The TGA film, which will be displayed at Naidex, features rugged scooters such as the TGA Breeze S4 and Vita X. These scooters are designed with nature in mind, so you can explore in comfort regardless of terrain with all-round, active suspension and a powerful motor. Visitors will be able to experience this first-hand on the TGA Mobility Test Track at Naidex, with help from friendly TGA staff.
Mychaela Green owns a TGA Vita X and has visited the national park twice this year. She says: “My Vita got me to places I never thought possible. To sit and each your lunch on a fell mountain, surrounded by just sheep and looking down at a stunning lake is like nothing else on earth. The views were breath-taking… I called it God’s own country.”
TGA team members will also be able to talk more about the ‘Miles without Stiles’ campaign and the Disabled Ramblers – a charity championed by both TGA and the Lake District National Park. Visitors will be signposted to new online advice about suitable scooters for rambling and a free photo competition to win National Park branded water bottles.