Town Centre Facilities and Shopmobility
Stafford Shopmobility offers the freedom of the town allowing people with mobility difficulties to do their shopping in a friendly pedestrianised town centre. Shopmobility is a three way partnership of Stafford Borough Council, Disabled Aids (Cannock) Ltd, and Stafford Shopmobility Group; the scheme is a NFSUK member and meets their strict guidelines in order to offer a great service to those who need it.
- The Shopmobility scheme is open to all people with mobility impairments subject to satisfactory completion of an appropriate risk assessment;
- Powered scooters, powered wheelchairs, and manual wheelchairs are available for users
- Car parking is available adjacent to the Shopmobility unit.
Saturday: 9am to 2pm
Monday, Wednesday and Sunday: Closed
Public Toilets can be found at the following locations:
Facilities for the Disabled
Facilities for the Disabled can be found at the locations below:
- The Crafty Sow
- The Guildhall Shopping Centre
- Stafford Market
- The Butlers Bell - please ask for the key at the bar
- Stafford Gatehouse Theatre
- Staffordshire Place, Tipping Street
Mother and Baby Facilities
Mother and Baby Facilities can be found at the locations below:
- Stafford Gatehouse Theatre - Baby Changing & Breast Feeding Friendly Venue
- The Crafty Sow - Baby Changing
- The Butlers Bell - Baby Changing - Please ask for the key at the bar
- Tesco - Baby Changing
- Stafford Market - Baby Changing
- Sainsbury's - Baby Changing
- The Post House - Baby Changing & Breast Feeding Friendly Venue
- Asda - Baby Changing & Bottle and food heating service in the cafe
- The Guildhall Shopping Centre - Baby Changing in both the Ladies and the Gents Toilets
Safer Stafford at Night
To ensure your night in Stafford ends safely Stafford Town Centre has a Street Pastor and Taxi Marshall Scheme operating on the busy nights.
Street Pastors are volunteers that have been trained in drug, alcohol, and other social issues to ensure they can help vulnerable people during a night out, whilst in liaison with the Police, CCTV control, and town centre venues.
Taxi Marshalls operate on Bridge Street to encourage responsible drinking and taxi safety; the stewards are on hand to prevent anti-social behaviour, ensure an orderly queue is maintained, and to make sure potential passengers know the cost of their journey home.