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@Doodah 30584 wrote:

Hi again Claire

Aren’t we lucky to have this place to swap ideas and support?

Both venues are 100% wheelchair accessible – Stacey and I made absolutely sure about that. It was extra important to me as I used to be a motability scooter user in addition to two walking sticks. Some of our other members are also wheelchair users.

The seating is arm free and comfortable at both venues. Parking at the Clementine Churchill is great – blue badge spaces just across the road from the main entrance. Blue Badge Parking at Gunwharf Queues is plentiful but you need to go up in the lifft then around to the entrance. I am going to contact them in a moment to see if you can park right outside the hotel in a disabled bay (I think they are for patrons only ie residents) but I am going to try to secure you a space so please leave it with me. Hope this is helpful.

I’m glad you will be on here a lot – it’s what we are all here for. The lovely people on this forum have certainly helped me and I hope I have been of help to others 😉

Doodah x

Hi Doodah,
That is really good to know. I think that the first time I come I will have to ask my husband to bring me because I can’t use the wheelchair without him being there. Once I have sussed it out I might be able to make a quick dash but I can’t stand or walk for long and hard chairs are a problem for my back. With a little experimentation I should be fine.
Thanks very much
Claire x

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