Accessible Toilets, Suffolk

The Apex Bury St Edmonds

Although I’ve been to Bury a few times and attended a show at The Apex, I don’t think I’d checked out this particular loo until I went to Bury Christmas Fayre this year. This accessible toilet is situated on the first floor of The Apex Theatre. A lift on the far left of the main… Continue reading The Apex Bury St Edmonds

Accessible Toilets, Norfolk

Bella Italia Norwich Red Lion Street

This is an awkward review for me to write because I never actually accessed Bella Italia's bathroom myself. I couldn't get in. I've been to this particular restaurant many times before, although not for a couple of years. You can read why and about my recent dining experience and restaurant access here. I don't remember… Continue reading Bella Italia Norwich Red Lion Street

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The Assembly House Norwich

I've visited The Assembly House Norwich on a few occasions, my most recent being to enjoy their Rainbow Unicorn Afternoon Tea in celebration of Norwich Pride. You can read more about this magical enchanting tea here. This post is to describe their accessible toilet. As we know I'm easily excited by toilets, you can find… Continue reading The Assembly House Norwich

Accessible Toilets, Oxford

The Randolf Hotel Oxford

After devouring the most delicious afternoon tea at The Randolf in Oxford recently (you can read about the yummy, Bond-esque experience here), and drinking way too much tea, I needed to visit their facilities. I need no excuse to check out any accessible loo! I'm sure there is more than one accessible toilet within The Randolf… Continue reading The Randolf Hotel Oxford

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Changing Place – Porta-hoist-a-loo

While attending Naidex recently I made a massive discovery in my toilet fascinated world. To learn more about Naidex and about all my other exciting Naidex finds you can read my full blog post here. But for now let me fill you in on what I can only describe as one of my best bathroom… Continue reading Changing Place – Porta-hoist-a-loo

Accessible Toilets, Norfolk

Coast to Coast Norwich Riverside

Last weekend I enjoyed brunch at Coast to Coast for a friends 30th birthday. You can read more about the delicious celebrations here.   Below I review their accessible toilet. Convenient for me as I drink way to much tea! This bathroom was situation very near our table so I didn't have to navigate the restaurant… Continue reading Coast to Coast Norwich Riverside

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To Wee or Not to Wee – How accessible is an accessible toilet?

This a post that will be updated over time, so you'll need to keep an eye for new additions! Having a wee is something I think many people take for granted, and don't realise how something they do every day, many times a day, without even thinking about, can be a constant issue for others.… Continue reading To Wee or Not to Wee – How accessible is an accessible toilet?

Accessible Toilets, Cambridge

Wimpole Estate – down on the farm

Earlier this month I was invited as part of a group of individuals to Wimpole Estate in Cambridge. My role was to take part in a tour of the farm and to mention and discuss any access issues that arose. I'd never heard of Wimpole Estate before, even though Cambridge isn't that far from where I… Continue reading Wimpole Estate – down on the farm

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Cafe Rouge Norwich Chapelfield

This weekend I visited Cafe Rouge Norwich Chapelfield for a pre theatre dinner (you can read the evenings events here). However my aim now is to describe and review their accessible toilet. This is by no means a 'perfect' accessible loo, however it is one I get slightly excited about and I am more than willing… Continue reading Cafe Rouge Norwich Chapelfield

Accessible Toilets, Festivals and Gigs, Norfolk, Restaurants and Cafes

Comedy and Cafes

I really enjoy going to the theatre. One of my favourite ways to spend an evening out is watching live comedy. Having a laugh is good for the soul, it takes you away from daily life for a couple of hours. It puts you in the mind of somebody else, their quirks and opinions. This… Continue reading Comedy and Cafes