Keith Ferguson, Hearts' Disability Access Officer, will be on hand to assist supporters in the Hearts Ticket Office every Tuesday.
Supporters with disability access or ticketing queries are welcome to drop by the Ticket Office (located in the Hearts Clubstore in the Main Stand) every Tuesday between the hours of 9am and 1pm.
Latest Disability Access news from Tynecastle
- There are three new disabled rest areas within some of the concourses. Two seats have been installed at the west end of the Gorgie Stand concourse and at either end of the Wheatfield Stand concourse. Two groups of four seats are in the Wheatfield and are originally from the old main stand. The seats are there to allow disabled and elderly customers to enjoy refreshments or take a rest before making their way to their seats.
- There is still availability for audio commentary for fans who are partially sighted/blind. Headsets will be provided to enable supporters to listen in from anywhere within the stadium. Anyone interested should contact Keith Ferguson on 07743780913 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- All stadium accessible toilets have RADAR locks. Keith can supply RADAR keys for £2.50, so please contact him if you need one.
- The club would like to thank Fiona Jollie and her family for donating her husband's season ticket to the Scottish War Blinded for season 2018/19. Mr Jollie sadly passed away before the season started and the SWB are extremely pleased that some of their residents now have the opportunity to come and support their favourite team.
- Finally an important message to our fans in the Gorgie,Roseburn and Wheatfield Stands: The club would ask supporters to refrain from walking to and fro in front of the wheelchair viewing areas during play as this can block their view of the game.