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Welcome to Inverclyde Shopmobility

Enabling independent access to Greenock town centre, the esplanade and waterfront areas.

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Inverclyde Shopmobility

Festive Opening Hours

To help you make the most of the festive season, ICOD will be extending the opening hours of our Shopmobility Service in the run up to the festive season. This includes late night opening on Thursdays, extended Saturday opening and also Sunday opening. Below are details of our extended opening times ...

Thursday opening times:

We will be open from 10am - 6:45pm on 29th November and 6th, 13th and 20th December 2012

Sunday opening times:

We will be open from 12pm - 3:45pm on 16th, 23rd and 30th December 2012

We recommend that when you can, please contact us to book your scooter in advance. You can call us on 01475 732600. Deaf and hard of hearing people can use typetalk from a textphone: 18001 01475 732600 or email shopmobility@icod.org.uk


Extended Saturday Opening Hours

As of Saturday 20th October 2012 until March 2013, Inverclyde Shopmobility will be open from 10am - 3:45pm on Saturdays. To find out more information, or to book a scooter, please call Inverclyde Shopmobility on 01475 732600.


Shopmobility toasts Tokyo Joe's

Inverclyde Council on Disability's Shopmobility service today toasted support from licensed venue and local night club Tokyo Joe's after its proprietor Raphael donated £100 towards ICOD's scooter service and a meal for two for the local service's 1,000th customer. 
ICOD's chairperson Jim MacLeod said: "This was a very generous donation from Raphael . He has not only donated £100 sponsorship for one of our scooters but also gave a meal for two to our 1,000th member Alistair McKechnie. Alistair became our 1,000th customer when he hired a scooter during the Tall Ships event to help him get round the waterfront site. As Mr McKechnie told us without the use of one of our scooters he would not have managed to have seen the Tall Ships while they were in Greenock . As our 1,000th member ICOD have given Mr McKechnie a life time membership." 
Tokyo Joe proprietor Raphael said: "I am only too pleased to support the local Shopmobility service. The service does a lot of good for many people in Inverclyde."
Mr McKechnie who recently became  Shopmobility 's 1,000th member said: "The first time I used the scooter service was when the Tall Ships event was in Greenock . As I find it difficult to get around now the local service allowed me the chance to get to see all the tall ships and the other attractions that were on the site. Without theuse of a scooter I would definately not have got far and would not have seen much at the event. It is a g really great service."
In the picture at Tokyo Joe's is Raphael Ramani, some of his staff, 1,000th Shopmobility member Mr Alistair McKechnie, ICOD Chairperson Jim MacLeod and ICOD board members Sylvia MacLeod, Janice Smith and Brenda Devlin with ICOD volunteer Jean Smith


Celtic Club Supports Shopmobility
Greenock Celtic supporters club have made a £100 donation to Inverclyde Council on Disability's Shopmobility service.
ICOD's chairperson Jim MacLeod said: "This is a very generous donation from the Greenock Celtic Supporters Club and its members towards keeping our scooters and our mobility equipment on the road. Our Shopmobility service has been going for nine years now and it has given many disabled people in Inverclyde, and beyond, the opportunity to get out and about independently throughout the year.
"Our members don't only use the service to go shopping but also use it for every day activities and even assisting many to go on holiday. It has proven to be a lifeline to many older and disabled people in Inverclyde."
Jim Friel, Vice Chaiperson of the Greenock Celtic Spporters Club said: "The Celtic Supporters Club are very happy to sponsor one of the Shopmobility scooters. It is great to see the numbers of disabled people using the scooter service around the town." 

In the picture outside the Greenock Celtic Supporters Club are Vice Chairperson Mr Jim Friel, ICOD Chairperson Jim MacLeod along with ICOD volunteer Jean Smith, Shopmobility member Margaret Shelton and ICOD Board Members Brenda Devlin and Janice Smith.

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