Hotspur Foundation removes independent travel barriers

Tottenham Hotspur Foundation have received funding from the Premier League Charitable fund to roll out the new PhotoRoute service across their patch, expected outcomes include:

  • Removing independent travel barriers (the minimal requirement to go on a Hotspur Foundation course)
  • People with disabilities gaining work based skills from co-creating maps with Hotspur Foundation staff
  • Enabling students with Special Educational Needs to make healthier lifestyle choices and gain independence
  • Excellent customer service provision for wider community

PhotoRoute was developed from Visit London gold awarded expertise and experience of supplying 2 London 2012 Paralympic projects. This software streamlines map creation and sharing of maps while adding accessibility features.
Earlier work with the Hotspur Foundation includes developing a Travel Training Course and a way-finding app for the club…

“The Club is constantly looking at ways in which it can enhance the matchday experience for fans. Tottenham Hotspur FC match day experienceWe believe that offering the PhotoRoute service will ease navigation in and around White Hart Lane for all supporters, especially those with disabilities.

By working closely with our award-winning Foundation, and liaising with the Tottenham Hotspur Disabled Association, the Club is confident it can address the needs of its disabled supporters and continue to ensure the fantastic matchday experience is inclusive of all fans.”
Jonathan Waite, Customer Services Manager

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See earlier match day experience maps used by Tottenham Hotspur FC.