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The main approach to the church via the church gates off the A6 is broad and flat affording easy wheelchair access. Dropped pavements are provided here at the junction with St Peter's road from where the churchyard can be accessed. Wheelchair users can easily access the main paths within the churchyard; however, the minor pathways, including the entrances to the churchyard adjacent to the Church Hall and from Fairfield Common are not suitable for wheelchair users.

Disbaled accessA ramp is available on request for use at the main church entrance. Once inside the church wheelchair users are easily accommodated at the rear of the church where mobile seating is located. Access to the gallery, chancel and altar areas is limited; however, every attempt is made to include disabled persons in our services including communion which is offered within the main seating area to all those with mobility problems.

Toilet facilities Toilet facilities are available, which most disabled visitors should find no difficulty using.
Baby changling symbol Baby changing facilities are available.
Hearing loop installed A hearing loop system is installed for those who use hearing aids. Just switch your hearing aid to the T position during a service.
Assistance dogs logo Assistance dogs are welcome, whether for the benefit of visually impaired people, or those with other needs.
Autism and Aspergers aware St Peter's is welcoming and accessible to those with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, including Asperger's Syndrome
Parking Visitor parking is available. there are no specific parking facilities for disabled people: however, there is usually parking available in the immediate vicinity of the entrance porch. If you do not have mobility needs, please consider those who do when choosing a parking place.
Sunday School A Sunday school is available if you think your children are likely to be bored (surely not!) during our main services.
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