PMR access

Libramont Fair, an accessible event

Support team

Eight volunteers and professionals specialised in assisting people with special needs will be waiting for you to guide, assist and inform you.

You will easily find these people in the fairground, dressed in blue “reception” T-shirts/Wind-cheaters

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PRM car park and shuttle

An adapted transport service which will take you from the PRM car park to the entrance of the fair is available if booked in advance. Contact our Age d’Or Services partner to prepare your transfer on 061 292305

This free-of-charge service is reserved for holders of the parking card for a disabled person (official card).

PRICE: free-of-charge, by prior booking on 061 292305

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Special nursery space

The site will be equipped with amenities (specially-adapted toilet) and reserved rest spaces. The Baby comfort space for the reception of families, will also have a nursery part. This space will provide the following equipment: a cosy bed, a fridge, electrical sockets, a microwave, water, a wheelchair.

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TABLE (list of services available)

Libramont, is above all, seeing, feeling, tasting, hearing and touching the world of tomorrow. This is why specific improvements will be made, with in particular a reserved platform on the edge of the Grand Ring. This platform will provide privatised access to persons with reduced mobility so that they can see the various shows being performed (see programme).

A little extra, this space will also be equipped with a magnetic induction loop.

Vous restaurer

Accessible areas for the various catering points will also be provided. Furthermore, the show jumping restaurant and Café des Prés have same-level access. The Grand Ring Brasserie is accessible via the lift in Hall 1.

Download our Practical guide to visit the fair

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Natacha Perat & CAP48

Having received the Cap 48 Corporate Citizen prize in 2016, the Libramont Fair is continuing its efforts regarding accessibility for people with specific needs.

Putting in place facilities and services facilitating the accessibility for persons with reduced mobility, simply means ensuring access to the greatest number of people.

This year, efforts will be made again, with the support of a specialised team, comprised partly of volunteers and partly of professionals.

Contact :

PRM Accessibility Project Officer: Elodie Noirot 0498/365020 Support team from 27 to 30/07/18: Alexia Da Silva – Storm Events 0476/507510