Middlesex CCC

Middlesex CCC

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Stadium Information

Stadium

Lord's Cricket Ground

Address

St John's Wood,

London,

NW8 8QN

Club / stadium contact for disabled supporters

Name

Telephone no.

0207 432 1000 (ticket office) 0207 616 8653 (facilities etc)

Website address

Disabled Supporters Association

Name

Telephone

Email

Website address

 

 

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Comments

Chris Smith

Match: England v Australia 2015 2nd Test match

Published: 1/5/2016

 

I have been to Lords since 1999 and for pure cricketing nostalgia and history there is simply no ground to match this arena.

 

There are three areas for wheelchair users; the Mound Stand, Warner Stand and the Grandstand. I have never sat in the Grandstand, my preference always to sit in the Mound or Warner stand.

 

The wheelchair area in the Mound Stand is square to the wicket. Wheelchair users sit alongside their companions and have the most perfect view of the field. On a glorious sunny day Lords is a picture and the Mound stand offers a great view of the playing area. The sun starts behind the stand at the start of play (11am) and by early afternoon it is directly above the Pavilion and little shade available from the sun's rays so be sure to bring a hat and sun cream!

 

There is a disabled toilet around the back of the Mound stand which requires a RADAR key. However there is always a steward on hand who has a key.

 

The Warner stand is to the right of the members Pavilion and can accommodate around a dozen wheelchairs and companion seats. The wheelchair area is at the front of the Warner stand and you are actually sat on the hallowed Lords turf. Whilst the view is pitch level and not led by a couple of feet as in the Mound stand, the view is still very good. 

 

There is a disabled toilet at the back of the stand and again requires a RADAR key.

 

The stewards are helpful and are there to make sure you enjoy the Lords experience.

 

Clearly this is one of the worlds most famous sporti venues. The home of cricket.

 

The wheelchair facilities are pretty good and certainly you can have no complaints with the view on offer. 

 

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