We aim to be a Church that is open and welcoming to all, regardless of health, disability or mobility, and so we are trying to make our Church building as accessible as possible.
The church has full access downstairs for wheelchairs, buggies and those who use walking aids, this includes a ramp up onto the dais. There is a gentle sloping path to the main entrance. It is possible to drive right up to the entrance if you would like to be dropped off at the door and there are people available to help you to your seat if required.
For the visually impaired there are large print Bibles and large print hymn/song sheets which can be easily obtained upon request. We have a T-loop in our sound system for those with hearing aids.
We have two toilets in Church, one of which we have made as accessible as possible within the confines of an 18th century building and it is regularly used by members of our congregation who use wheelchairs. We have redeveloped and extended our parish hall and as part of this project we have added a disabled access toilet.
If there are any other ways in which we could make our Church buildings more accessible please do let us know.
All Saints is committed to Safeguarding and has adopted the National and Diocesan Safeguarding Policies. The PCC will take all reasonable care to ensure the safety of the children, young people, and vulnerable adults for whom it bears responsibility. Please click here to read our Safeguarding Policy 2022
If you have any questions or issues to raise, please do contact Angela Bruno, our Safeguarding Officer, on 07580732632 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Terry Merchant, our Vulnerable Adults Co-ordinator, at email@example.com