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Ferry and Ferry Landings - Safety and accessibility | Nexus Tyne & Wear
2018 Venue 1 (F) Music on The Ferry
2018 Venue 2 (S) Ferry Landing Terminal – South Side

Accessibility: Yes

Tel:
Customer Services
Tel 0191 20 20 747
8.00am-6.00pm, Monday to Friday

No email

Contact Form:
https://portal.nexus.org.uk/Public/ContactUs.aspx
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The Word, National Centre for the Written Word, South Shields - Accessibility
2018 Venue 10 (S) The Word

ACCESSIBILITY

BEFORE YOUR VISIT

We want you to feel comfortable at The Word and give you the best possible visitor experience. Our staff are happy to talk through what to expect before you arrive and on the day.

If you or any of your group needs support to enjoy your visit, please call prior to your visit with any queries on 0191 427 1818. If needed, we can then arrange for a member of staff to be available to make sure you get the most out of your visit to The Word.

ACCESSIBLE CAR PARKING

There are 7 designated parking bays for visitors with a disability located at Harton Quays Car Park, next to South Shields Ferry Landing (opposite The Word).

ENTRANCE TO THE WORD

The Word is free for all visitors. Charges for events, performances, workshops, talks and creative sessions may apply.

Entrance to The Word is at street level via Market Place. From here, there is lift and stair access to all levels.

LIFTS

There are 2 lifts operating across all floors.

INDUCTION LOOPS

The following areas in The Word are fitted with hearing loops:

Café @ The Word counter
All staff pods
The Round
ASSISTANCE DOGS

We welcome assistance dogs (guide, hearing and seizure assistance) at The Word. A drinking bowl is available – just ask a member of staff.

BABY CHANGE

Baby changing facilities can be found on the Ground Floor, Levels 1, 2 and 3.

Please note: we do not allow buggies in event spaces and should be stored in the buggy store located on Level 2, subject to space availability.

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS

All floors are accessible for wheelchair users via the lift.

SEATING

Occasional seating can be found on the Ground Floor, Levels 1 and 2.

TOILETS

There are unisex toilets on the Ground Floor, Levels 1, 2 and 3.

Unisex accessible toilets are located on the Ground Floor, Levels 1, 2 and 3.

CHANGING PLACES FACILITY

There is an accessible changing places facility located on the Ground Floor.

CAFÉ @ THE WORD

Café @ The Word is located on the Ground Floor, serving a range of food and drinks. If you or any one in your group have any dietary requirements please speak to a member of the catering team.

The cafe is self-service from a counter; however, staff can assist with table or tray service on request.

All staff can assist by running through menus with you.

ATTRACTION (DISPLAYS, EXHIBITIONS ETC)

The Word Library staff are located around the building to assist visitors with interpretation and information on exhibitions, information and activities.

There are interactive touch screen activities throughout The Word; all can be accessed from a sitting or standing position.

Two telescopes are located on The Lens platform Level 2 (one at an accessible height for visitors in wheelchairs) and a further two can be found on the Rooftop Terrace.

There are laminated printed transcripts of exhibition audio interactive activities located next to the screens.

There is an audio tour available for Monsters! The Good, The Bad and The Cuddly in the Port of Tyne exhibition space.

LARGE PRINT

The Self Tour Guide is available in large print from the Shop @ The Word. Other promotional materials produced by The Word can be made available in large print or alternative formats by contacting South Tyneside Council’s Marketing Team on 0191 427 7000.

APPROACHABLE STAFF

Trained members of staff are happy to answer any questions and provide help and guidance for getting around the building.
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Queen Vic - Facebook Page
2018 Venue 18 (S) Queen Vic
No accessibility info
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Holborn Rose and Crown - On The Case Music Info
2018 Venue 7 (S) The Holborn Rose & Crown
Accessible: No

Tel 0191 455 2379
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Holborn Rose and Crown - Facebook Page
Venue 7 (S) The Holborn Rose & Crown
No accessibility info

Mobile 07794 128687
email holbornroseandcrown@gmail.com
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Customs House - Accessibility
2018 Venue 5 (S) Customs House
Accessibility
Access for Wheelchair and the Mobility-Impaired:

All public areas in The Customs House are accessible, including a stair lift to the first and second floor foyers.

Please call us before your visit and we will be happy to arrange any assistance you require.

Access for the Hearing-Impaired:

Loop system operates in both the theatre and studio

Please contact us for more information:

0191 454 1234
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Exchange North Tyneside
2018 Venue 4 (N) The Exchange
No accessibility info
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Cluny
2018 Venue 9 (NC) The Cluny 2, Newcastle

No acessibility info

Standard event information
Unless otherwise stated on our website and listings, all of our evening gigs start at 8pm and have an 18+ age restriction.
We have a strict 11pm curfew for live music but our bar is open until midnight on Friday and Saturday.

Public Transport Links
Bus services 12, 22, 39, 40, 62 & 63 on New Bridge Street at the top of Stepney Bank.The Q2 Quaylink bus also now serves Ouseburn Valley, stopping on Byker Bank. Byker and Manors Metro stations are both within walking distance.For more information on local transport, call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 – lines open weekdays from 8am to 8pm.

Parking
A reasonably-sized free car park, accessed via Foundry Lane is about 50 yards from our door. Plus two small paying car parks under the arches of Byker Bridge.

(Accessibility: No info on Cluny website)
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