Children and Young People’s Disability Register and iCount card

A list of attractions and companies that accept the iCount card. 

This information may change and companies may no longer accept the iCount card. Please contact the venues directly before going there. 

London Borough of Sutton Leisure Services

Places with pool offer cheaper swim and carer goes free. Westcroft -waves class on wednesday at 6.30pm for those with disabilities to swim. 

British Wildlife Centre

Essential carers get in for free.

ZSL London Zoo

Free carer, person with disability has to pay entry.

Trenance Gardens

Reduced ticket prices and carer gets in for free.

Beacon Quay

Reduced admission cost and free carer entry

HMS Belfast

Card accepted as proof for concessionary disabled entry.

Birghton Pier

ICount cards accepted as proof of disability. If the disabled person wants to go on the Rides at the end of the Pier – they have to buy a wristband for themselves and their carer can go for free.

Madame Tussauds

Free ticket for 1 carer. If a member of your party is within a wheelchair, you will need to book a wheelchair timeslot, due to restrictions within the attraction of only allowing 3 wheelchairs at one time. The number to call is: 03333212001.

Vue Cinemas

One free carer entitled to come with a full paying ticket for the registered disabled person.

Fulham FC

The bearer of the card will be entitled to a 50% discount on the value of the ticket. If a personal assistant is required, these are free of charge.

Sutton United FC

No discounted admission to persons with a disability but essential carers are admitted free of charge

RHS Garden Wisley

Free admission for the carers of any visitor needing them due to their disability. ICount cards accepted. 

Guildford Spectrum

iCount Cards accepted. However "if you are going to be a regular user then it is advised you got one of our active cards on your visit so we could layer you on as a concession user."


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