A new Wetherspoons pub in Bletchley has had a Changing Places wheelchair-accessible toilet fitted by Closomat, to help those who need assistance.
Captain Ridley’s Shooting Party now has a facility capable of assisting people with their intimate hygiene, as the chain continues its commitment to welcoming everyone, regardless of age or ability.
The new pub in Bletchley is named after the codebreakers from MI6, who were situated in the town during WWII, even featuring a rare WWII cipher machine as part of the fixtures.
Closomat, Britain’s leading provider in accessible toilet solutions, supply and install the Changing Places; it gives more space than a conventional wheelchair-accessible toilet, and extra equipment, including an adult sized height adjustable changing bench, height adjustable washbasin, ceiling track hoist and privacy screen.
It means anyone who needs help to go to the toilet at the pub, along with their carer(s), have appropriate facilities, and can enjoy their time out.
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