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Weta Cave Retail (Corner Camperdown Rd and Weka St)

Contact Information

Weta Cave Retail (Corner Camperdown Rd and Weka St)
Corner Camperdown Rd & Weka St, PO Box 15208, Miramar, Wellington, Miramar, Wellington 6243
-41.306581,174.824458
Phone: 04 909 4000
Fax: Not available
wetaworkshop.com

Accessibility Report

Summary

Silver

The Weta Cave is the hub of Weta's movie tours in Miramar. It is located at 1 Weka Street on the corner of Camperdown Road. It's a movie lover's showcase of props and collectibles, and a free behind-the-scenes video makes it an experience in itself. It is probably best to visit the Cave when doing the Weta Workshop tour which is in the same building. Entry to the Weta Cave is free. Transport can be difficult as the nearest bus stop is over 500 metres away, there is no accessible parking and no drop off zone. There are bus tours leaving from the i-SITE in town on a regular basis that may be a better option for some. There are currently no accessible toilets at the venue or anywhere close as it is in a largely residential area.

View the full accessibility report for Weta Cave Retail (Corner Camperdown Rd and Weka St).

Ratings by Access Group

The Be. Welcome Assessment rates the accessibility of the organisation in each of the following 5 access groups, as well as providing an overall rating:

Overall Rating
Silver 73%
Vision
Silver 75%
Hearing
Silver 73%
Mobility
Silver 74%
Parents
Silver 77%
Learning & Intellectual
Silver 79%

Vision

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a vision impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. There are links to all sections of the site however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple and easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some of their advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • Weta provides an option for bus tours which depart from and return to the i-SITE at the Wellington City Council building in Wakefield Street. This may be the best option for visitors to Wellington, although the vans are not wheelchair accessible so a taxi may be the easiest option. " The Route 2 bus is the most direct public transport option. The nearest stop is the Darlington Camper Road stop (6240). It is a short walk to the Weta Cave. The stop has no seating, shelter or computerised timetable information. From the stop, proceed left down to Darlington Street, then left into Camperdown Road, cross the road to Weka Street. The Weta Cave and Workshop are on the left corner.
      • The bus stop is number 6240.
      • 2
      • Car parking is on the roadside as it is a residential area in the suburb of Miramar. There is no accessible parking provided. Finding a park is challenging due to the nature of the residential area, and also because of the number of staff that need parking. It is at a premium during the day at any time. A taxi may be a better option for some.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • A drop off zone is provided near the entrance for the van tours from the city.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is no kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is uneven.
    • Kerb Side:

      • The kerb side ramps on the corners are a little steep so care is needed.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • There is a concrete path/ramp leading up to the main door on a gentle slope.
      • one
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • The entrance is right on the corner of Weka and Camperdown Road.
      • The accessible route to the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • There are no tactile indicators installed to help navigate to the main entrance.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The approach to the main entrance is sloped and may be difficult for some access customers to negotiate independently.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • The main entrance signage is easily visible from the street.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • The outer swing doors are usually open during business hours. If they are closed due to adverse weather, be aware there are no visibility markings. They also open outwards. The internal doors are always open.
      • The entrance door swing allows for a 1200mm minimum clear space.
      • There are no ramps for thresholds greater than 20mm.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • Staff are available on site at all times and are willing to assist with access enquiries.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • Communicating Accessibly:

    • Pricing Information:

      • Price tags have large print.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Cave is a small retail space that has good access around the site.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • Any permanently fixed objects are detectable by a person using a cane.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • The bright lighting in some of the cabinets may make some displays difficult to see because of glare.
    • Surfaces:

      • There are no tactile indicators anywhere inside the Cave.
      • The floor surface covering is plain and clear.
      • Tactile indicators are not installed on the accessible route
    • Accessible Reception/ Counter / Ticket Sales

      • The ticket sales are done at the retail counter. There is an accessible EFTPOS machine, but no accessible counter. Staff will assist as required.
      • There is a counter located on the accessible route.
      • The counter is accessible and has a clear space of 1200mm x 1200mm in front.
      • EFTPOS terminals are reachable and usable.
      • There is a telephone available for the access customer to use.
    • Retail Shop:

      • In the Cave.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • The floor surface covering in the shop is plain and clear.
      • In general all items in the shop are well displayed and easy to see and reach.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The room where the Behind the Scenes video is shown is somewhat cramped and those with mobility equipment may like to ask staff to move some of the chairs to create space.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is no level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience
  • Getting out safely:

      • Staff are trained to evacuate customers, however they do not have specific training for procedures to meet all access customers needs.
      • The emergency exits are accessible and hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Hearing

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors who are Deaf or have a hearing impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. There are links to all sections of the site however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple and easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some of their advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • Weta provides an option for bus tours which depart from and return to the i-SITE at the Wellington City Council building in Wakefield Street. This may be the best option for visitors to Wellington, although the vans are not wheelchair accessible so a taxi may be the easiest option. " The Route 2 bus is the most direct public transport option. The nearest stop is the Darlington Camper Road stop (6240). It is a short walk to the Weta Cave. The stop has no seating, shelter or computerised timetable information. From the stop, proceed left down to Darlington Street, then left into Camperdown Road, cross the road to Weka Street. The Weta Cave and Workshop are on the left corner.
      • The bus stop is number 6240.
      • 2
      • Car parking is on the roadside as it is a residential area in the suburb of Miramar. There is no accessible parking provided. Finding a park is challenging due to the nature of the residential area, and also because of the number of staff that need parking. It is at a premium during the day at any time. A taxi may be a better option for some.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • A drop off zone is provided near the entrance for the van tours from the city.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is no kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is uneven.
    • Kerb Side:

      • The kerb side ramps on the corners are a little steep so care is needed.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • There is a concrete path/ramp leading up to the main door on a gentle slope.
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • The entrance is right on the corner of Weka and Camperdown Road.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The approach to the main entrance is sloped and may be difficult for some access customers to negotiate independently.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • The main entrance signage is easily visible from the street.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • The outer swing doors are usually open during business hours. If they are closed due to adverse weather, be aware there are no visibility markings. They also open outwards. The internal doors are always open.
      • There are no ramps for thresholds greater than 20mm.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • Staff are available on site at all times and are willing to assist with access enquiries.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • Communicating Accessibly:

      • Information can be sent out via email.
    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Cave is a small retail space that has good access around the site.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • The bright lighting in some of the cabinets may make some displays difficult to see because of glare.
    • Surfaces:

      • There are no tactile indicators anywhere inside the Cave.
    • Accessible Reception/ Counter / Ticket Sales

      • The ticket sales are done at the retail counter. There is an accessible EFTPOS machine, but no accessible counter. Staff will assist as required.
      • There is a counter located on the accessible route.
      • The counter is accessible and has a clear space of 1200mm x 1200mm in front.
      • EFTPOS terminals are reachable and usable.
      • There is a telephone available for the access customer to use.
    • Retail Shop:

      • In the Cave.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • In general all items in the shop are well displayed and easy to see and reach.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The room where the Behind the Scenes video is shown is somewhat cramped and those with mobility equipment may like to ask staff to move some of the chairs to create space.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
  • Getting out safely:

      • Staff are trained to evacuate customers, however they do not have specific training for procedures to meet all access customers needs.
      • The emergency exits are accessible and hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Mobility

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a mobility impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. There are links to all sections of the site however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple and easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some of their advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • Weta provides an option for bus tours which depart from and return to the i-SITE at the Wellington City Council building in Wakefield Street. This may be the best option for visitors to Wellington, although the vans are not wheelchair accessible so a taxi may be the easiest option. " The Route 2 bus is the most direct public transport option. The nearest stop is the Darlington Camper Road stop (6240). It is a short walk to the Weta Cave. The stop has no seating, shelter or computerised timetable information. From the stop, proceed left down to Darlington Street, then left into Camperdown Road, cross the road to Weka Street. The Weta Cave and Workshop are on the left corner.
      • The bus stop is number 6240.
      • 2
      • Car parking is on the roadside as it is a residential area in the suburb of Miramar. There is no accessible parking provided. Finding a park is challenging due to the nature of the residential area, and also because of the number of staff that need parking. It is at a premium during the day at any time. A taxi may be a better option for some.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • A drop off zone is provided near the entrance for the van tours from the city.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is no kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is uneven.
    • Kerb Side:

      • The kerb side ramps on the corners are a little steep so care is needed.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • There is a concrete path/ramp leading up to the main door on a gentle slope.
      • one
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • The entrance is right on the corner of Weka and Camperdown Road.
      • The accessible route to the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The approach to the main entrance is sloped and may be difficult for some access customers to negotiate independently.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • The main entrance signage is easily visible from the street.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • The outer swing doors are usually open during business hours. If they are closed due to adverse weather, be aware there are no visibility markings. They also open outwards. The internal doors are always open.
      • Single swing doors have a minimum width of 760mm.
      • The entrance door swing allows for a 1200mm minimum clear space.
      • There are no ramps for thresholds greater than 20mm.
      • There is a 300mm side panel on hinged doors.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • Staff are available on site at all times and are willing to assist with access enquiries.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • Communicating Accessibly:

    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Cave is a small retail space that has good access around the site.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • The bright lighting in some of the cabinets may make some displays difficult to see because of glare.
    • Surfaces:

      • There are no tactile indicators anywhere inside the Cave.
      • Easy movement around the site due to short cut carpet pile.
    • Accessible Reception/ Counter / Ticket Sales

      • The ticket sales are done at the retail counter. There is an accessible EFTPOS machine, but no accessible counter. Staff will assist as required.
      • There is a counter located on the accessible route.
      • The counter is accessible and has a clear space of 1200mm x 1200mm in front.
      • There is no access space at the service or reception counter.
      • EFTPOS terminals are reachable and usable.
      • There is a telephone available for the access customer to use.
    • Retail Shop:

      • In the Cave.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • Easy movement around the shop due to short cut carpet pile.
      • In general all items in the shop are well displayed and easy to see and reach.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The room where the Behind the Scenes video is shown is somewhat cramped and those with mobility equipment may like to ask staff to move some of the chairs to create space.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is no level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience
  • Getting out safely:

      • Staff are trained to evacuate customers, however they do not have specific training for procedures to meet all access customers needs.
      • The emergency exits are accessible and hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Parents

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with young children.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. There are links to all sections of the site however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple and easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some of their advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • Weta provides an option for bus tours which depart from and return to the i-SITE at the Wellington City Council building in Wakefield Street. This may be the best option for visitors to Wellington, although the vans are not wheelchair accessible so a taxi may be the easiest option. " The Route 2 bus is the most direct public transport option. The nearest stop is the Darlington Camper Road stop (6240). It is a short walk to the Weta Cave. The stop has no seating, shelter or computerised timetable information. From the stop, proceed left down to Darlington Street, then left into Camperdown Road, cross the road to Weka Street. The Weta Cave and Workshop are on the left corner.
      • The bus stop is number 6240.
      • 2
      • Car parking is on the roadside as it is a residential area in the suburb of Miramar. There is no accessible parking provided. Finding a park is challenging due to the nature of the residential area, and also because of the number of staff that need parking. It is at a premium during the day at any time. A taxi may be a better option for some.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • A drop off zone is provided near the entrance for the van tours from the city.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is no kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is uneven.
    • Kerb Side:

      • The kerb side ramps on the corners are a little steep so care is needed.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • There is a concrete path/ramp leading up to the main door on a gentle slope.
      • one
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • The entrance is right on the corner of Weka and Camperdown Road.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The approach to the main entrance is sloped and may be difficult for some access customers to negotiate independently.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • The main entrance signage is easily visible from the street.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • The outer swing doors are usually open during business hours. If they are closed due to adverse weather, be aware there are no visibility markings. They also open outwards. The internal doors are always open.
      • Single swing doors have a minimum width of 760mm.
      • The entrance door swing allows for a 1200mm minimum clear space.
      • There are no ramps for thresholds greater than 20mm.
      • There is a 300mm side panel on hinged doors.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • Staff are available on site at all times and are willing to assist with access enquiries.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • Communicating Accessibly:

    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Cave is a small retail space that has good access around the site.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • The bright lighting in some of the cabinets may make some displays difficult to see because of glare.
    • Surfaces:

      • There are no tactile indicators anywhere inside the Cave.
      • Easy movement around the site due to short cut carpet pile.
    • Accessible Reception/ Counter / Ticket Sales

      • The ticket sales are done at the retail counter. There is an accessible EFTPOS machine, but no accessible counter. Staff will assist as required.
      • There is a counter located on the accessible route.
      • The counter is accessible and has a clear space of 1200mm x 1200mm in front.
      • There is no access space at the service or reception counter.
      • EFTPOS terminals are reachable and usable.
      • There is a telephone available for the access customer to use.
    • Retail Shop:

      • In the Cave.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • Easy movement around the shop due to short cut carpet pile.
      • In general all items in the shop are well displayed and easy to see and reach.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The room where the Behind the Scenes video is shown is somewhat cramped and those with mobility equipment may like to ask staff to move some of the chairs to create space.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is no level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience
  • Getting out safely:

      • Staff are trained to evacuate customers, however they do not have specific training for procedures to meet all access customers needs.
      • The emergency exits are accessible and hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.

Learning & Intellectual

Silver

These are the features that the business provides to create a positive accessible experience for customers or visitors with a learning or intellectual impairment.

  • Getting ready to go:

    • The website:

      • www.wetaworkshop.com
      • The website is colourful and easy to navigate. There are links to all sections of the site however as yet there are no specific accessibility features outlined.
    • Brochures:

      • The brochure is simple and easy to read with a clear map on how to get there.
      • QR coding used in some of their advertising brochures.
  • Arriving and Getting In:

    • Bus Stop:

      • Weta provides an option for bus tours which depart from and return to the i-SITE at the Wellington City Council building in Wakefield Street. This may be the best option for visitors to Wellington, although the vans are not wheelchair accessible so a taxi may be the easiest option. " The Route 2 bus is the most direct public transport option. The nearest stop is the Darlington Camper Road stop (6240). It is a short walk to the Weta Cave. The stop has no seating, shelter or computerised timetable information. From the stop, proceed left down to Darlington Street, then left into Camperdown Road, cross the road to Weka Street. The Weta Cave and Workshop are on the left corner.
      • The bus stop is number 6240.
      • 2
      • Car parking is on the roadside as it is a residential area in the suburb of Miramar. There is no accessible parking provided. Finding a park is challenging due to the nature of the residential area, and also because of the number of staff that need parking. It is at a premium during the day at any time. A taxi may be a better option for some.
    • Drop off/pick up zone:

      • A drop off zone is provided near the entrance for the van tours from the city.
      • The drop off/pick up zone is located within 200 metres of the organisation's entrance.
      • There is no shelter over the drop off/pick up zone.
      • There is no kerb curb cut to the pavement or the environment is uneven.
    • Kerb Side:

      • The kerb side ramps on the corners are a little steep so care is needed.
    • Fixed ramps to the main entrance:

      • There is a concrete path/ramp leading up to the main door on a gentle slope.
      • one
    • The identified accessible route to the site:

      • The entrance is right on the corner of Weka and Camperdown Road.
      • The accessible route to the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
    • The main entrance into the site:

      • The approach to the main entrance is sloped and may be difficult for some access customers to negotiate independently.
    • Main entrance signage:

      • The main entrance signage is easily visible from the street.
    • Main entrance doorways (this includes gates and turnstiles)

      • The outer swing doors are usually open during business hours. If they are closed due to adverse weather, be aware there are no visibility markings. They also open outwards. The internal doors are always open.
      • The entrance door swing allows for a 1200mm minimum clear space.
      • There are no ramps for thresholds greater than 20mm.
  • Getting around within the site:

    • Customer Service:

      • Staff are available on site at all times and are willing to assist with access enquiries.
      • There are staff available to help with any access enquiries.
      • All support animals are welcomed on premises (e.g. guide, hearing or mobility dogs etc).
    • Communicating Accessibly:

    • The identified accessible route within the site:

      • The Cave is a small retail space that has good access around the site.
      • The accessible route within the site has a minimum width of 1200mm.
      • You can access all facilities and services within from this accessible route.
      • Lighting levels on this accessible route offer good visibility and viewing.
      • The layout suggests a welcoming physical environment (e.g. mobile floor stands provide unimpeded travel, or outdoor environment surfaces are well maintained).
    • Sensory options:

      • The bright lighting in some of the cabinets may make some displays difficult to see because of glare.
    • Surfaces:

      • There are no tactile indicators anywhere inside the Cave.
      • The floor surface covering is plain and clear.
    • Accessible Reception/ Counter / Ticket Sales

      • The ticket sales are done at the retail counter. There is an accessible EFTPOS machine, but no accessible counter. Staff will assist as required.
      • There is a counter located on the accessible route.
      • The counter is accessible and has a clear space of 1200mm x 1200mm in front.
      • EFTPOS terminals are reachable and usable.
      • There is a telephone available for the access customer to use.
    • Retail Shop:

      • In the Cave.
      • The shop is on a single level.
      • Aisles have a minimum width of 1200mm to allow for pushchairs and mobility equipment.
      • Electronic payment devices (eg. EFTPOS terminals) are reachable and usable.
      • The floor surface covering in the shop is plain and clear.
      • In general all items in the shop are well displayed and easy to see and reach.
    • Places of assembly, entertainment and recreation:

      • The room where the Behind the Scenes video is shown is somewhat cramped and those with mobility equipment may like to ask staff to move some of the chairs to create space.
      • Entertainment areas are on the accessible route.
      • There is no level access and floor space for wheelchair users to be seated with the general audience
  • Getting out safely:

      • Staff are trained to evacuate customers, however they do not have specific training for procedures to meet all access customers needs.
      • The emergency exits are accessible and hazard free.
      • All fire/smoke doors can stay open automatically during an emergency.
      • There are audible fire alerting devices.
      • Assembly areas (e.g. evacuation point) are on the accessible route.