We’re located on the ground floor of the Upper Hundreds car park, Upper Hundreds Way, Aylesbury.
Anyone with a mobility difficulty can use the scheme. You don’t have to be disabled or a blue badge holder to hire from Shopmobility
Equipment for loan
|Walker||Helps give stability when walking|
|3 wheel scooter||Suitable for users who may need more leg room. Max weight 25 stone.|
|4 wheel scooter||Offers slightly better stability for those with poor balance. Max weight 25 stone.|
|Deluxe scooter||Larger scooter for those with a fuller frame. Max weight 28 stone.|
|Travel scooter||Small transportable scooter for those wanting to pack it into the boot and go elsewhere. Max weight 20 stone.|
|Self propelled wheelchair||With quick release wheels and collapsible for easy transport|
|Transit wheelchair||For those unable to push themselves. Also easily folded and transported.|
|Powered wheelchairs||These chairs benefit from a small turning circle and are suitable for left or right handed users.|
|Power assisted wheelchair|| These chairs have an added power pack to assist the person pushing the wheelchair;
they are not suitable for users who wish to self-propel.
We are open on alternative Saturdays, for example:
- 25 February 2017 Open
- 4 March 2017 Closed
- 11 March 2017 Open Etc.
Mon – Fri 9.30am to 4pm
Sat – 9am to 1pm
Sun and Bank Holidays - closed
Call us on 01296 336725 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Using the service
You must become a member of the Shopmobility scheme. Just provide your personal details, proof of identity and a photo (which we can take, if necessary), we’ll then train you on the equipment.
We recommend you book in advance to avoid disappointment and ensure a parking space.
Wheelchairs and scooters loaned on short term hire must be returned by 3.45pm on the day of hire.
Long term hire
For a charge (and deposit), we’ll loan our equipment for use outside the town centre:
|Wheelchair or walker||£3||£18||£50|
There is no maximum length of time for long term loans when paid for in advance.
You can take the equipment abroad but it is your responsibility to make sure that no damage occurs. We highly recommend that you take out your own insurance as we will bill you for any damage.
Other Shopmobility Schemes
Unfortunately at the moment all the schemes are run independently from each other, although the National Federation of Shopmobility is researching the possibility of a national passport scheme.
Although we are unable to advise professionally on mobility issues or mobility and daily living aids, we are always happy to try to answer questions or put you in contact with someone who can help.