At the co-op they have automatic doors ,big door to go to the toilet, aisles or okay in size, car park is very big, spare wheelchair
Transport & Parking
If you drove in a car you could park right in front of the co-op, if you came by bus you would have to walk, which is about a five minutes. I came by train, its about five minutes as well
There are seats to take a rest, braille on some of the products, no steps to walk up, no elevator as its just one floor and the aisles are big
The loo is really big, easy to find. If you can't find members of staff are nice and would tell you, its very clean and tidy, its got an emergency pull string, its got a sink and its got disabled access on the toilet.
They usually tell you where things are, they have a joke with you, they answer questions and easy to find a member of staff if your lost.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
I recommend going to the co-op disabled or not very good and would go again :)