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The Hive
Capacity: 6,500
The Hive
Camrose Avenue

Disabled supporters contact

Club or stadium contact
 for disabled fans

Andrew Wigley
Safety Officer / DLO

07956 518 517

Accessibility information

Accessible services + information

Total number of parking spaces

Travel options

Nearest railway station: Cannons Park (London Underground / Jubilee Line)

Distance from ground: 0.5 miles

How we set targets

We use accepted industry standards to set the club targets. The reference documents include: Accessible Stadia Guide 2003 and Accessible Stadia Supplementary Guidance 2015; Building Regulations Approved Document M, Access to and Use of Buildings; BS 8300, Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people; Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (Green Guide); Access for All, UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience

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Updated December 2019

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  • Sheila Quinn, who attended Barnet v York City
    6 years ago

    I ordered our tickets by phone direct from Barnet, but parking was on a first come first served basis.

    We entered the car park which had barriers, and pay on exit by a £5 token bought from the mobile shop. No problem

    The shop was wheelchair friendly and we collected our tickets at the turnstile.

    Inside the ground there were no wheelchair spaces so we sat on the front row with a lot of our own fans. The refreshment bar & alcohol bar were both behind the stand, all accessible and the disabled toilet was at the side of the stand. They don’t sell pies at the away end, only stale hot dogs and a cup of tea was £2.

    Good view from the front row except when people walked or stopped talking infront of us, and a steward did move to one side when asked, after he stood blocking peoples view.

    A very basic & cold open ground with a roof which didnt cover front rows.

    Good job it didnt rain.

  • Geoff Kent, who attended Barnet v Gateshead 25th April 2015
    7 years ago

    The above match was an all ticket match. When I rang the ticket office,at Barnet FC, to book tickets for myself, an amputee, and my personal assistant I was told all disabled tickets have been sold out. I explained that I was an ambulant and required the assistance of my PA I was again told that all disabled tickets had been sold. I asked do I, therefore, need to purchase a ticket for my personal assistant as well as myself their reply was YES! I have visited every one of the 24 grounds in the Vanarama Conference League and Barnet FC are the only club that do not recognise the personsonal assistant. DISGUSTING

  • Jackie Melia, who attended Barnet v Bury FC 11/02/2011
    11 years ago

    Agree with all the past comments, unfortunately I couldn’t go as they don’t have enough disabled wheechair spaces available. I think that this is not right.

    Prices The pricing here is not fair. They allow the wheelchair disabled in for free, but the ambulant disabled have to pay full price along with your assistant too.

  • Ian Trent , who attended Barnet v AFC Bournmouth 21/01/2010
    12 years ago

    was there last year as afcb fan agree with your comments but all too common. Not going to Aldershot tomorrow as only 2 spaces-both gone.

  • Charlie Dennis , who attended AFC Bournmouth 30/11/2009
    13 years ago

    Wanted to go to this match – but Barnet only offer a disgustingly low amount of Wheelchair spaces for away fans so couldn’t get any space.

    Apparently there are only 3 available – and must be booked in advance – no flexibility.

    My Husband and His friend are both wheelchair users and two spaces were already booked – so were told we could only book one space – not good enough!!

    Also apparently carers have to stand.