Section: Accessibility

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Gloucestershire Cricket is committed to ensuring that our ground is accessible for all our customers.

 

Entry

Both entrances into the ground have even surfaces with little incline. Hardstanding surrounds the playing area and a full lap can be completed without obstacle.

 

Accessibility Viewing Area

This will once again be situated in front of the Pavilion next to the sight screen. The area is situated on grass and will be covered by a gazebo.

 

Mound Stand

Wheelchair bays are available to watch the match in Mound Stand Block 9, nearest the Bristol Cricket Centre. These front row bays are adjacent to fixed seating so those who require use of these accessible bays can be joined by friends and family.

 

Changing Places

We have recently installed a changing places and accessible toilet facility behind the Mound Stand. The facility is accessed via ramp and requires a radar key to enter. A spare radar key is available from the Legends Bar or the on-site medical team who will be based at Mound Stand Corner next to the Bristol Cricket Centre.

 

Car Parking

A limited number of accessible spaces for Blue Badge Holders are available at the Nevil Road end (BS7 9EJ). These spaces cannot be booked and are available on a first come, first served basis.

Whilst we understand and recognise that Blue Badge Holders are permitted to park on some double yellow lines, many of the double yellow lines recently added in close proximity to the ground are close to corners. As per Blue Badge holder guidelines, these lines aren’t permitted to be parked on by Blue Badge holders.

 

Hearing Loops/Reception Access

Our Membership & Ticketing reception and Pavilion reception both have hearing loops installed.

Our main Membership & Ticketing reception has a slight incline and lip over the single door frame. The door has 830mm of clearance. Our Pavilion reception is serviced by a set of automated double doors. The doors can be opened by pressing the button on entry and exit.

 

Service Dogs

All dogs are permissible during all home games regardless of whether the dog is a a service dog.

 

Multi-Faith Room

The Club are delighted to have installed a Multi-Faith Room on the Kennington Avenue side of the ground. The space is available to anyone needing a space for private prayer or a moment of personal reflection.

 

Question?

If you have any questions or suggestions on how we can improve our service, please contact Reception on 0117 910 8000 or Email reception@glosccc.co.uk

 

 

Section: Accessibility

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