Here are some things that can help you to get out an about in Hull
If you have a known disability, and you haven’t already then you can register as a disabled person. You do not have to register, but it may help in getting concessions such as reduced fares for public transport.
Access to Hull City Council website to register disabled (Opens in a new window)
Mobility Scooter scheme
If you have mobility difficulties, you can hire a mobility scooter to help you get round Hull City Centre.
The scheme is located next door to Debenhams and the address is -
Hull Council for Disabled People on Ferensway
Alternatively, you can get in contact with the scheme by telephone on 01482 326 140
The Radar Scheme
The Radar scheme is a national initiative that provides users with a key which unlocks accessible toilets both locally and nationally. You can purchase a Radar key in Hull at your local library. A Radar key will cost you £2.50 if you can prove you have a recognised disability.
You can purchase a Radar key form the following libraries -
- Avenues Library, 76 Chanterlands Avenue, Hull, HU5 3TS
- Bransholme Library, Goodhart Road, Hull, HU7 4EF
- Central Library, Albion Street, Hull, HU1 3TF
- Fred Moore Library, Wold Road, Hull, HU5 5UN
- Greenwood Library, 220 Greenwood Avenue, Hull, HU6 9RU
- Ings Library, Savoy Road, Hull, HU8 0TY
- Western Library, 254 Boulevard, Hessle Road, Hull, HU3 3ED
Alternatively, you can contact the Hull City Council by telephone 01482 300 300
The Changing Places Toilets are designed to support people who needs are not met by standard accessible toilets. A Changing Places toilet provides extra equipment and space to make it easier for you to use the facilities. There are a number of Changing Places toilets throughout Hull.
Search for a Changing places toilet here (Opens in a new window)
Our getting out and about section has advice and information to help you stay active, participate in sport and get involved in a variety of cultural and leisure activities.
Access our Getting out and about section here
Our community directory has lots of local and national support that can support you to live an independent life. Use the physical disability filter to find support organisations specifically for people who have a physical disability. The directory also has a list of local groups and activities taking place in and around Hull.
Access our Community directory