A ballot is now open for tickets to a premier viewing area for disabled people during the Paralympic flame celebrations in Aylesbury.
A free event, which includes music and performances in the town centre, will take place on August 28 as the flame makes its way from Stoke Mandeville to the opening ceremony of the Games in London.
The premier area in Market Square will have uninterrupted views of the celebrations.
The ticket ballot, organised by Bucks Disability Service and Aylesbury Vale District Council, will be drawn on August 12 and up to 75 disabled people, who can each bring one person with them, will be chosen from those who have registered.
There will also be an accessible viewing area in Kingsbury for disabled people and carers with views of a big screen.
Anyone interested has been advised to register for a place in this area in advance. Registration for this will be open until midnight on August 19.
Facilities at the viewing areas include a hearing loop, a level trackway over the cobbles and a sign language interpreter.
Accessible toilets and free parking for blue badge holders will also be available for disabled people attending.
Councillor David Thompson, council cabinet member for leisure, said: “The Paralympic flame celebration is an event for the whole community to enjoy.
“We are more than happy to help out with the viewing areas, which will make it easier for disabled people, and carers, to have a great view of the proceedings.”
The event takes place between 6pm and 10pm.
To register for a space in one of the viewing areas visit www.budsparalympicflamecelebration.eventbrite.co.uk or call 01494568864.