Disabled Facilities


In order to make us more accessible and inclusive for the community as a whole we have made great efforts recently to improve our facilities for people with a disability.

During the re-development of the premises in 2012 it was decided to make the beer garden more accessible, therefore a new ramp was built to improve access for people with a mobility problem. The garden which has regular live entertainment in summer months can now be accessed by wheel chair users and even people using large mobility vehicles. A second larger disabled toilet with a heater was also built outside which can accommodate the newer larger mobility vehicles and the outside bar has a section that has been lowered so that wheelchair users can get up close to the bar to purchase their drinks.

The outside pool table is also very accessible and can easily be used by wheelchair users also.

If required, we can provide mobility aids such as a wheelchair, walking sticks and crutches.

The entrance lane and two main doors to the premises are all on ground floor level and there are no steps. Those people travelling to the premises will be happy to know there is a disabled parking space on the main street and the kerbs have been lowered.

We have a Braille and large print menu and a range of reading specs for those customers with sight problems.  Staff are also more than willing to help in this area and will read out menus if necessary.

If required, we can provide special grip cutlery and cups also.

If at any point, someone who has a disability has any problem the staff need only be asked and they will be more than willing to help.  Cheers Cafe Bar staff have undertaken disability awareness training and are aware of the special needs that can occur from time to time. We will do our best to make things as easy and comfortable as possible so that your visit with us is as enjoyable as possible.

Our work towards disability awareness was recognised by Best Bar None when we were awarded their Best Use of Innovation award!