AccessAble has continued to survey even more venues in Bradford. You can find details for these new venues below, along with links to each of their Detailed Access Guides. On these, you can check all the accessibility information you need.
All the information included here comes from the AccessAble website, where Detailed Access Guides tell you all about a place’s access. They are all 100% facts, figures and photographs, put together by trained surveyors who check out every single place in-person to verify the information.
Friends Who Care Trust
Here you will find a public multi-faith temple and an events hall, with an accessible entrance located to the side of the building. There is also an accessible toilet on the ground floor, close to the entrance.
Holme Wood Library
This library offers various community resources and services, including Story Time and Stay And Play sessions for children. The venue has a step free entrance and level access throughout, an accessible toilet, and a height adjustable table and chair available inside. The library can also provide books in large print and audio format.
Inspired Neighbourhoods is a social enterprise providing services that promote community health and wellbeing across the city. The venue has a free car park that includes Blue Badge spaces, and there is step free access for the main entrance. Accessible toilet facilities are available, and in the reception there is a touch screen at a suitable height for a wheelchair user.
Shine West Bowling
This community organisation offers social activities, job support, digital inclusion training, and plenty more. These activities take place across three buildings, and the entry point on Donisthorpe Street has level access. There is also access to the public gardens, and an assistance dog toilet area can be provided onsite.
Sue Belcher Centre
This community centre offers sport and exercise clubs, family activities, help and advice for local people, and plenty more. The venue has a free car park including Blue Badge spaces, and there is an accessible entrance located at the side of the building. There is an accessible toilet available, and the centre includes a hall and kitchen for hire.
The Sutton Centre
This community hub aims to improve health, increase wealth, and build community through providing activities for people of all ages and backgrounds. There is level access to the services inside, and a wheelchair that visitors can borrow. There is also a hearing assistance loop and an accessible toilet to the right of the main entrance.
This organisation works towards the prevention and relief of poverty in the area by providing services, such as debt advice and employment support, to those in need. There is ramped access at the main entrance and level access once inside. There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor and platform lift access to the first floor meeting room.
To find accessible places to visit, stay, eat and drink in Bradford and the District, visit the AccessAble Bradford and District Accessibility Guide.