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By car (Waterfront Winterland postcode is SA1 3RD)
From M4 take Junction 42 and follow signs to City Centre
From M4 take Junction 45 or 47 and follow signs to City Centre
Swansea Mobility Hire
Swansea Mobility Hire provides powered scooters, wheelchairs and manual wheelchairs to help people who have limited mobility to shop or visit other facilities within Swansea City Centre.
Swansea Mobility Hire
Swansea City Bus Station
Phone 01792 461785 or e-mail email@example.com
From Swansea High Street Railway turn left and continue along High Street to Castle Square. From Castle Square continue along Princess Way and look for the Big Wheel.
From Swansea’s main bus terminus (Quadrant) follow signs for Maritime Quarter and National Waterfront Museum and look for the Big Wheel.
Find more travel information at www.traveline-cymru.info – 0871 200 22 33.
Have a look at the car parks page on the council’s website which lists the spaces available for disabled visitors.
RADAR facilities and Changing Places sites
The RADAR key scheme is a nationally recognised scheme that provides access to quality public services using a key. RADAR Keys are obtainable for £3 from the Civic Centre on Oystermouth Road – 01792 636000, and from Swansea Mobility Hire – 01792 461785.
Changing Places facilities are available at;
|Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road||y||y|
|Quadrant Bus Station Public Toilets (link to map on council site)||y||y|
|Swansea Railway Station, High Street (not council run)||y|
|Maritime Quarter Public Toilets (link to map on council site)||y|
|Healthmatic Automatic PC, Maritime Quarter||y|
|National Waterfront Museum, Oystermouth Road (not council run)||y|
|LC Leisure Centre, Oystermouth Road (not council run)||y|
Waterfront Winterland information for disabled visitors
Access to the Waterfront Winterland site is free via prominent entry points. Public areas are tracked and raised areas are ramped. Ice skating and attractions are charged for at the advertised rates.
Disabled customers are welcome to use the ice rink itself as specialist sledges are available. Visitors are also welcome to access the ice rink with their own wheelchair.
More stable double bladed ‘Bob’ skates are also available and stabilizer aids are available for younger visitors (the stabilizer is a model penguin with handles and a sturdy base and are available on a first come first serve basis with a small deposit).
Special grip shoe covers (which provide grip on the ice, without the need for ice skates) are available for both carers/personal assistants and disabled visitors with a small deposit.
Wherever possible, arrangements to access various funfair rides will be made. Please make enquiries at the main token booth.
Toilets and changing
An accessible toilet is available on site. If you don’t have a ‘Radar’ key, please ask at the skate-house.
An accessible toilet and Changing Places facility are also available at the National Waterfront Museum and LC nearby during opening hours. The Changing Places unit is spacious with a toilet, sink, changing bench and a hoist.
There is a first aid room at Waterfront Winterland with qualified first aiders in attendance at all times. Please ask a steward if you require medical assistance.
Nearest accessible parking for people visiting Waterfront Winterland is the ‘pay and display’ car park at the LC (west) which is conveniently situated on the main Oystermouth Road heading west into Swansea. The car park is located within the Maritime Quarter and adjacent to Waterfront Winterland and the National Waterfront Museum, so it is easily identifiable.
For further information please ring 01792 712008.
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