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Shop Mobility

What does it do?

Shopmobility is a scheme which lends manual wheelchairs, powered wheelchairs and powered scooters to members of the public with limited mobility to shop and to visit leisure and commercial facilities within the town, city or shopping centre.

Who is it for?

Shopmobility is for anyone, over the age of 18 years of age, with a disability or mobility problem, whether temporary or permanent. You do not need to be registered disabled to use it.

This service is free but all users must register to use the service, this includes completing a registration form and a practical assessment. Shopmobility is in the Oastler Centre, Bradford, Next to Asda, Shipley and at Airedale centre, Keighley. Opening times are Bradford and Shipley (Wed and Saturday 9am until 1pm) and Keighley (Tues and Saturday 09am until 1pm)

Telephone: Bradford Oastler Centre - 01274 434076, Shipley Town Centre - 01274 437020, Keighley Town Centre - 01535 618225

 

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