Supporters attending Saturday’s Premier League game against Swansea City are advised of a new security measure outside Turf Moor.
A series of hostile vehicle mitigation (HVM) barriers will be installed ahead of and immediately after the match, at either end of Harry Potts Way.
These barriers are in place to halt any vehicles from entering Harry Potts Way and protect pedestrians as they make their way into and out of the stadium.
Burnley Football Club are the first Premier League club to use these innovative mobile barriers, which allow pedestrians to pass through safely, is accessible for wheelchair users, pushchairs and cyclists and can be dropped in less than 30 seconds to enable emergency vehicles to pass through.
The system has been designed and innovated by global manufacturer of vehicle barrier systems, ATG Access, delivered in partnership with StadiumTM.