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Wheelchair access - can do!

I'm pleased to announce that we now have access to additional facilities in Melksham, within a mile of our current training centre. These facilities offer us a choice of two training rooms on the level with wide door access, toilet, tea, coffee and lunch facilities too. There are numerous parking spaces reserved for wheelchair users right by the access door.

If you're interested in attending a public Perl, PHP, Python, MySQL, Linux, Tcl/Tk or Tomcat course and you require flat access (e.g. if you describe yourself as disabled or if you're in a wheelchair), please let us know of your requirements as early as you can; we share the level access rooms and need to book them in good time.

Our regular training centre is in a listed building ... and informal discussions with local planners concerning access ramps, lifts, and widened doors lead us to understand that any planning application to enable wheel chair access to our regular training facilities would be met with not only a firm "no", but more of a "hell, no!". I can understand this view; really, we wouldn't WANT to alter a building of great historic significance and yet we do wish to provide training for all comers. Thus the solution outlined above.
(written 2005-09-25, updated 2006-06-05)

 
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