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Improved disabled access at Lady’s Mile beach

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the new wheelchair ramp at Lady's Mile beach

The British bases have announced the construction of a wheelchair ramp on Lady’s Mile beach to improve disabled access. It is the fourth ramp installed this year on Limassol beaches by the British bases.

According to a spokesperson, the construction of the special ramp on Lady’s Mile was completed on Wednesday, “which will provide physically disabled people better access to the water”.

The ramp was funded by the British bases which worked alongside the community council of Asomatos, Limassol’s District Office and the deputy tourism ministry to install it.

A total of four ramps have been installed this year; two at Lady’s Mile beach and two at Curium beach in Episkopi.



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