LCIL Spill-Out Space!
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
The access to the conference centre is fully wheelchair accessible with a buzzer system in place which opens automatic doors. Once you get inside it is very easily sign-posted so that you can find where you are going. It is usually used for conferences or training days.
Transport & Parking
There is plenty for disabled parking however you might need to ask somebody how to get into the car park because it is not that obvious. If you are coming by bus (Getting off on London Rd or Easter Rd) can be a bit of a challenge as the kerbs are too high for an electric wheelchair, you would be fine if it was a manual chair.
As I have said above, its very easily accessible in all types of wheelchair or any other mobility aid.
Did not use.
They are all very helpful and willing to assist you with anything that you need.
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What is also good is that you don't necessarily go all the way round the back of the building on the outside to get the conference centre, you can just go into the main Norton Park Building and out the back door. This is beneficial on a cold day!