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Can anyone recommend a pond with easy access from car to bank side?

 

Father-in-Law has had a hip operation and is now able to walk short distances with slight declines / inclines, but many of his usual ponds are still inaccessible to him.

 

Thanks.

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Newbiggin in north sheffield has good access for the less able angler. It's a short walk from the car park to the bank which is flat with sturdy platforms.

Further afield, some commercials like hallcroft you are able to park directly behind your peg.

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Loads of places at Aston, you can get that near to the bankside, you could fish from sat in your car, obvious you wouldn't :hihi: but that's how close you can get.:D

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Loads of places at Aston, you can get that near to the bankside, you could fish from sat in your car, obvious you wouldn't :hihi: but that's how close you can get.:D

Also treeton dyke if you dont like commercials. car behind you on every peg but a couple of gates to go through with car nice though. Look on website .:|

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Kiveton Waters just off Hard lane, Virtually every peg is suitable for a disabled angler

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Depends how far you want to go Locklands lake at Torksey is very easy access and is beautifully laid out as is Lindholme at Doncaster:D

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What about Hillsborough Park Pond?

 

Doubt if there'll be many fish in there

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What about Hillsborough Park Pond?

 

or the peace gardens. :hihi:

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or the peace gardens. :hihi:

 

Shurrup - daft 'un :hihi::hihi::hihi:

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Aston ponds is great for disabled my mate is disabled and he go there all the time and has a good days fishing

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Thanks for the replies folks.

I'll run them past him and maybe take him out to scout a few of them.

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