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The Liberty Shopping Centre operates on a single level and therefore is fully accessible to all wheelchair users and those with reduced mobility.

Disabled Parking Spaces

In order to make your shopping experience more accessible, The Liberty Shopping Centre have 32 disabled parking spaces all located on the ground level of our car park.

Parent & Child Parking Bays

The Liberty Shopping Centre is a fantastic day out for the whole family to enjoy. We have 39 parent and child parking spaces available with ample space to enter and exit your car safely.

Shop Mobility

Havering Shopmobility operates a wheelchair loan service, providing a choice of manual wheelchairs and powered scooters. It enables those using the service advantage of the shopping and leisure facilities within Romford Town Centre. New members are required to produce 2 forms of valid identification, such as a pension or benefit book, drivers licence, or some other form of identification.

Easily Transportable equipment also available for hire. Please call for information about the Sales & Service of Daily Living Aids and all other Mobility Equipment: 01708 765764

Quiet Morning

At The Liberty Romford, everyone is welcome. We know shopping experiences can be overwhelming for some shoppers with sensory sensitivities, making what should be an enjoyable experience, rather stressful.

That’s why we’re running a Quiet Morning every Tuesday from 9am – 12pm.

The centre will be turning off the music and radio systems, limiting tannoy messages (unless required for emergency situations) and ensuring that no fire alarm testing will be taking place.

Our charity partner Sycamore Trust U.K. aim to offer support for families and individuals of all ages for whom Autistic Spectrum Disorders and/or learning difficulties are a part of daily life.

Assistance Dogs

The only dogs permitted in the Centre are assistance dogs, i.e. Guide dogs, dogs to assist those who are deaf, epileptic etc. These dogs must have a jacket on stating that they are assistance dogs and persons may be asked to show proof of such. All assistance dogs in the UK have an ID card.