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At the Jersey Battle of Flowers, we are committed to ensuring that our event is accessible and enjoyable for everyone. We strive to provide facilities and services that accommodate the needs of all our guests, including those with accessibility requirements and additional needs.


Below you will find detailed information on the accessible facilities and support available to ensure Battle is a comfortable and memorable experience for all.

If you have any questions about accessibility, please contact the Events Team via email at or call +44 1534 639000


Pre-booked accessible parking is available for free at Inn On the Park car park, which will be closed to the public for the duration of the Battle weekend.

This car park is located less than one-minute's walk from the arena entrance, and spaces are available to blue badge holders in possession of an accessible ticket for the parades.

To book your free space, please send your ticket order number and proof that you hold an eligible blue badge to

Please remember that spaces are limited and will be assigned on a first-come basis.

Alternative free parking is also available at St Andrew's Park.


Wheelchair-friendly seating is located in the first row of the grandstand, and includes one free companion seat.

Once your booking has been made, our Box Office team will be in touch to assign your seating.

With these tickets, blue badge holders are also eligible for the pre-booked accessible parking, located nearby.


Le Petit Train returns to Battle, providing easy access to all parts of the arena as a free shuttle service before the parades.


We have created a quiet area where people with access requirements, wheelchair users, or people with additional needs may prefer to watch the parades away from the bustle of the crowds.


Access to this area will be clearly signposted, and will require every member of your party to have an accessible area ticket.


Accessible toilets will be available throughout the arena in all seated and standing areas, and in Lower Park.


A raised accessible platform will be available in Lower Park for wheelchair users and their companion to use during the concert finales. 

This will also be available for the Sunday concert - please direct all enquiries regarding the Sunday concert to Jersey Opera House.

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