Ayr Show Accessibility Information

Ayr Show Accessibility Information

Please be aware that The International Ayr Show Festival of Flight is an entertaining day out for all, however the air displays can be quite loud. If anyone attending is affected by noise, please ensure that you bring any equipment or support devices with you such as ear defenders – these are not provided by the Ayr Show organisers.

Accessible Seating Platforms

  • We will have two accessible platforms at this year’s International Ayr Show. These will be located at either end of the esplanade.
  • Spaces on these platforms are by a first come first serve basis and are free to access.
  • The accessible platforms are uncovered so please dress for the Scottish weather.
  • As the platforms have a limited capacity, these are strictly for access customers plus one companion – families with children will be allowed to access the platform together.
  • Each platform has a ramp for access and a small number of chairs.  There is ground level accessible viewing across the Low green and esplanade. 

Travelling to the event

Disabled Parking

There will be a designated disabled car park at Blackburn Road Car Park, Seafield Road, Ayr, KA7 2XW.

There will be 400 free disabled parking spaces and there is no need to book in advance. This will be a secure car park and officers on duty will ask to see your Blue Badge on arrival.

Welfare Facilities

Temporary Event Toilets

There will be industry standard accessible portable toilets at a variety of locations throughout the event. 

Permanent Disabled Access toilets (RADAR facilities)

The permanent disabled access toilets are available at the public conveniences at the Pavilion on the Low Green using a RADAR key.

The RADAR key scheme is a nationally recognised scheme that provides access to quality public services using a key.

For a key for the disabled toilets apply to RADAR, call 020 7250 8191. RADAR Keys give you access to all toilets for the disabled throughout the country. 

Changing Places Site

Changing Places provide accessible toilet facilities for people who cannot use standard accessible toilets.

The facility provides extra space for disabled people and their personal assistants or carers, and a height adjustable changing bench and hoist.

There is a Changing Places toilet adjacent to the public conveniences at Ayr Shorefront, Low Green, Ayr

More information is available on the Changing Places website.

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