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Looking for second hand buggies

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nuttyaunt
nuttyaunt Community member Posts: 1 Connected
edited September 2016 in Research and opportunities
Wondering if anyone know any second hand buggies for my disabled daughter for taking her watch her young brother play football as struggling with wheelchair as she 9 & getting bigger, or any charities who might her many thanks in advance

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  • Vic
    Vic Community member Posts: 9 Listener
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    Hello 'Nutty Aunt'
    Trying to push your daughter in a wheelchair across grass is a struggle. I came across two places where they sell second hand buggies but it will depend on what support your daughter needs. The first one, I haven't heard of before is Disabled gear at http://disabledgear.com/categories/pushchairs/classifieds and the second is Ebay http://www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/special-needs-pushchair. What part of the country are you in as there maybe something more local?
    Let us know

    Best wishes

  • Blue Frog
    Blue Frog Community member Posts: 358 Pioneering
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    Hi @nuttyaunt are you on Facebook? There are loads of pre-loved buggies and wheelchairs on there, you need to join a group to see them. Special Needs Pushchairs is good, as is Special Needs Equipment Buy Sell Swap. They do also appear on EBay fairly regularly.

    The basic one is a Maclaren Major but if she needs more support maybe a Snappi x
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