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Radar NKS Key

The National Key Scheme (NKS) offers disabled people independent access to locked public toilets around the country. Toilets fitted with National Key Scheme (NKS) locks can now be found in shopping centres, pubs, cafés, department stores, bus and train stations and many other locations in…

Research Institute for Disabled Consumers (RiDC) (Travel Seats etc)

The Research Institute for Disabled Consumers is the leading expert in user-centred research involving disabled and older consumers. The Research Institute for Disabled Consumers is the trading name of the Research Institute for Consumer Affairs. We're an independent, national charity with a board of twelve…

School Travel

The Wandsworth Council works with all primary and secondary schools in the borough to promote green home to school travel, especially walking and cycling. When pupils travel to and from school using green modes of travel, they: help reduce…

Shopmobility Scheme

Shopmobility is based at Sainsbury’s Supermarket on Garratt Lane, SW18, opposite the fantastic Southside Shopping Centre and is convenient for the whole of Wandsworth Town Centre. This is a service for people with mobility issues and pensioners. The Shopmobility Service is provided by Wandsworth Community Transport (WCT) and…

Transport for London (TfL) travel support card

TfL produce a free travel support card to help people communicate any assistance or information requirements they have with staff. You can use it on any of their services.  These include trams and buses, Docklands Light Railway, all Tube and Overground stations as well as some piers, all…

Travel Assistance Budgets

Travel Assistance Budgets (TABs) are available where a child or young person is entitled to transport to school as a result of their Special Educational Needs (SEN).  The Council's Special Needs Assessment Section (SNAS) will discuss with parents/carers different ways to support them to get…

Travel Training - Interview with a parent

Being able to get out and about independently is crucial to anyone's daily life. Young people with a Special Educational Need or Disability may find it more difficult, they can face greater physical and emotional barriers than their peers. Travel training is a scheme that helps young…

Travel Training - Interview with young people

Being able to get out and about independently is crucial to anyone's daily life. Young people with a Special Educational Need or Disability may find it more difficult, they can face greater physical and emotional barriers than their peers. Travel training is a scheme that helps young…

WAND and WAND+ card holders can park in Battersea Park car parks for free to end August 2020

WAND and WAND+ card holders, or their parents or carers, can park for free, when they bring the WAND/WAND+ card holder to the Park.  This is an extension of the 2018/19 Summer Pilot scheme and now extends to the end of August 2020.  Display your WAND/WAND+ wallet on your dashboard…

WAND Card holders parents or carers can park outside their school

During term time only, you may park for a reasonable time (generally 10-15 mins max) in order to pick up or drop off a current WAND Card holder at their Wandsworth school. Use only parking bays marked 'Permit holders only or Pay at machine' and clearly display…