It’s no secret that JD Wetherspoon’s latest venue, Captain Ridley’s Shooting Party, is open to all.
The new pub in Bletchley is named after the codebreakers from M16 who operated from the town during WWII, and even features a rare WWII cipher machine as part of its fixtures and fittings.
Fittings also include a Changing Places wheelchair-accessible toilet for people who need help with their intimate hygiene, continuing the chain’s commitment to welcoming everyone, regardless of age or ability.
Supplied and installed by Closomat, Britain’s leading provider in accessible toilet solutions, the Changing Places gives more space than a conventional wheelchair-accessible toilet, and additional equipment, including an adult sized height adjustable changing bench, height adjustable washbasin, ceiling track hoist and privacy screen. It means that anyone enjoying the pub but who need help to go to the toilet, and their carer(s), have appropriate facilities, and can go somewhere that otherwise they would be unable to enjoy.