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Request a replacement blue badge

 

If your current badge is due to expire and you would like it to be renewed please see our
Apply for or renew a blue badge page.

Lost or stolen badges
If your badge is lost or stolen you must contact us to cancel your badge so that it is not used fraudulently. 

A replacement blue badge costs £10.

You can request and pay for a replacement badge using the link below. You do not need to provide a new photo.

Request a replacement

Cancelled badges cannot legally be used and cannot be reinstated. So, even if you find the badge later or if it is returned, you must still pay the £10 fee, and a new badge will be issued. The old badge must be disposed of securely.

The replacement badge is a duplicate of the original badge so the expiry date will remain the same it will not run for another 3 years.

Damaged or defaced badges 
If your badge becomes faded and the details are unreadable, you must have a replacement badge. The replacement badge will cost £10.

If you cannot pay by card, you can make your request in writing and include a cheque or postal order for £10. Please make cheques payable to Somerset County Council and send to Blue Badge Scheme, County Hall, Taunton, TA1 4DY.

When you have received your replacement, please return the damaged or defaced badge to us - Blue Badge Scheme, County Hall, Taunton, TA1 4DY. 

We do not offer a drop-in service, so please don't bring your application and payment to our reception area.

You can only use this service if you need a replacement blue badge. If your badge is due to expire please visit our Apply for or renew a blue badge page for more information.

When we have received your application and payment we will order you a replacement badge which you should receive within 28 days. 

Contacts

Contact: Blue Badge Scheme
Email: Bluebadge@somerset.gov.uk
Phone: 0300 123 2224
Opening Hours: Monday 8am to 6pm, Tuesday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm, Saturday and Sunday closed.

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