Stoke on Trent Shopmobility

What does it do?

We can provide the following equipment:
manual wheelchairs;
electric wheelchairs;
and electric scooters.

Who it is for?

Shopmobility allows people who have either a permanent or temporary disability to use the city centre facilities independently.

Where it is available?

Local service (Stoke-on-Trent).

What it costs:

Our service is free although donations are welcome. Any donations will be used to help with the cost of maintaining the equipment.

How to access or apply for it:

You will need to register with us for the Shopmobility scheme on your first visit. To register you will need identification such
as a water, gas or electricity bill or a driving licence. We will also need to know your approximate height, weight, visual
ability and agility. Contact us for more information about these requirements or the terms and conditions - use the link from
this page for our contact details.We strongly recommend that you book in advance to make sure you get your choice of
equipment. It will also help avoid disappointment in busy periods. If you are using a powered chair or scooter, a member of
staff will show you how to operate it. When you feel confident that you can handle it, off you go. The equipment should be
returned to Shopmobility at the agreed time.

Our opening timesShopmobility is open Monday
to Saturday 10am to 4.45pm. Equipment can be loaned out until 4pm.

Classification(s):

Info last updated:

27/03/2011
Provider
Brewery Street, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 5AP