One of the main tasks of the internal refurbishment of the Bridge Chamber and Chapel is to improve accessibility.
Having been constructed in the 19th and 13th centuries respectively, neither building had been designed with accessibility in mind, and while we had made efforts to enable greater access to the buildings, there was obviously work to be done.
We’ll provide more updates later, but for now we are pleased to report the first of those tasks to improve accessibility has now been completed, with the installation of downstairs toilets.
These include standard-sized cubicles and a larger room for wheelchair users. It’s a small but important step for making the buildings accessible to all.