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Wheelchair spaces still available for Liverpool

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AFC Bournemouth have eight pairs of wheelchair accessible tickets still available for the weekend’s trip to Anfield.

 

And the Club are delighted to confirm that the Jumbulance for disabled supporters will be running up to Liverpool for the game.

There are still three wheelchair spaces left on the Jumbulance, with each occupant also able to bring a personal assistant.  

Disabled supporters can book places on the Jumbulance when purchasing away tickets from the ticket office.

The Jumbulance will be departing from the Vitality Stadium at 8:30am, with tickets priced as follows…

  • ST Holders - £27 
  • Non-ST Holders - £29 
  • Personal Assistant - £0 

The Jumbulance Trust, who have recently partnered up with the Premier League, is a charity that provides accessible coaches to facilitate trips and holidays of a lifetime for disabled people and those with complex health conditions.

The Premier League’s sponsorship has enabled the Trust to purchase a brand-new coach that can accommodate a maximum of 18 passengers and has the space for five portable stretcher beds, or six wheelchairs, or a combination of both.

The climate-controlled vehicle also contains a small kitchen, emergency medical supplies and equipment including mobile hoists, and a defibrillator and can be accessed by a large platform lift.

 

 

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