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Facilities at our training venues are summarised below.

Venue details Sensory / disability facilities  - Rating 1-5 (1 = poor - 5 = excellent)

Food and drinks
Parking
BEVERLEY,
The Wilf Ward Family Trust

The Wilf Ward Family Trust
Reed House
Annie Reed Road
Grovehill Road
Beverley
HU17 OLF

(On the right behind Warburton Funeral Directors)

A new build, situated on the outskirts of Beverley

Tel: (01482) 880099
Tel: 01751 474 740

Email:
Contact us form

Web: www.wilfward.org.uk
 
First floor training room

Disabled toilet (first floor)

One disabled carpark

No hearing loop

Lift available

Rate 4
Hot drinks provided

Delegates to provide own food – alternatively approximately 10 minute walk to local shops
Free parking – limited spaces

Follow Annie Reed Road and just before junction on right - Warburton Funeral Directors – turn down access road – Wilf Ward is the last building on left (1st floor) - Training room is left at top of stairs – follow corridor to end








Beverley, Wilf Ward Family Trust

Map to the The Wilf Ward Family Trust, Beverley (pdf 332kb opens in a new window)

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Venue details Sensory / disability facilities  - Rating 1-5 (1 = poor - 5 = excellent) Food and drinks Parking
ERYC Worklink Resource Centre, Cottingham

A new level access purpose built venue situated on the outskirts of Cottingham

Ground floor venue

Ground floor disabled toilets

Hearing loop

Rate 5/5

An excellent venue, which also boasts a small garden centre to the rear of the property, offering delegates the opportunity to purchase a variety of plants and garden furniture

Hot drinks provided

Restaurant on site,
(please do not use restaurant if you bring a packed lunch) situated on the ground floor – delegates are asked to place orders in advance with the training facilitator.

Free parking

Disabled car parking to front of building

Main parking area is gravelled



 

 

 

 

Cottingham, ERYC Worklink Resource Centre

Map to Cottingham Worklink (pdf 192kb opens in a new window)

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Venue details Sensory / disability facilities  - Rating 1-5 (1 = poor - 5 = excellent)

Food and drinks
Parking
SEWERBY HALL,
Bridlington


An old building with large rooms set in beautiful grounds in the centre of Sewerby, on the outskirts of Bridlington

Tel: (01262) 673769

Email:
sewerby.hall@eastriding.gov.uk

Web:
Sewerby Hall and Gardens (external council site)
Ground floor venue

Ground floor disabled toilets

No hearing loop

Due to the interior design of the building, the lighting may not be suitable for delegates with a visual impairment

Rate 4/5

Hot drinks provided

Food can be purchased locally from the ‘Clock Tower’ coffee- house (2 minutes walk/restricted opening times) or nearby local shops (5-10 minutes walk)

We recommend that delegates bring their own lunch.
Free Parking

Disabled parking (please notify us in advance) access is to side entrance of building
Bridlington, Sewerby Hall

Directions to Sewerby Hall, Bridlington (pdf 20kb opens in a new window)

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Venue details
Sensory / disability facilities  - Rating 1-5 (1 = poor - 5 = excellent)

Food and drinks 
Parking
Meridian Centre,
201 Queen Street,
Withernsea,
HU19 2HH,

Tel: 01964 614984

A one storey newly modernised community building situated in the centre of Withernsea
First floor venue (lift to first floor).

Disabled toilet.

No hearing loop.

An excellent venue if no hearing loop is required.

Rate 4/5
First floor venue (lift to first floor).eri

Hot drinks provided.

No food on site (2 minute walk to the local shops)
Parking to rear of property which amy incur sharges, depending on the time of year.

Parking opposite Leisure Centre (market area) free of charge.

Disabled car parking to rear of building.
Meridian Centre, Withernsea

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Venue details
Sensory / disability facilities  - Rating 1-5 (1 = poor - 5 = excellent)

Food and drinks 
Parking
Goole Courtyard,
Boothferry Road,
(opposite Morrisons supermarket),
Goole,
DN14 6AE,

Tel: (01405) 837100

The Courtyard is a Victorian
School which has been converted into a multi- purpose resource centre.
It stands on Boothferry Road between Henry Street and Dunhill Road. There is a clock tower at the Dunhill Road side of the building,
and the entrance is under this.
Please report to reception and they will direct you.


Ground floor level training room

Disability toilet located on the ground floor

Hearing Loop

5/5

Hot drinks provided

Cafeteria on site, ground floor level

Morrisons supermarket across the road

Disability parking to the rear of the property with good access

Off street parking either side of building and rear access courtyard car park
Goole Courtyard, Goole

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