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Bury Transport Museum has a large car park available for museum visitors.
Wheelchair access is provided at all stations and Bury Transport Museum.
However, as our group was being dropped off and picked up from this pub at certain times and most would not be able to walk to a different place for food or would get distressed by this anyway, it is a complete violation of basic hospitality and human rights.
“To make matters worse, a lot of the people within the group, such as the girl I care for, cannot express their own points, as she is non-verbal, and would not understand why they are not able to order food.
Jigsaw, a Bury-based charitable social and sports group for young disabled people aged from 13 to 30, met at the Wellington Pub in Bolton Road last week when the incident happened.
The group’s members, who were predominantly in their early 20s, were allegedly refused food as they had only booked the table for drinks.
Toilets are located at Heywood, Bury, Ramsbottom, Rawtenstall and Bury Transport Museum.
Both benches and tables are provided at Irwell Vale.Limited coach parking is available at Bury Bolton Street Station.Coach drop off points are also available at Bury and Rawtenstall Stations.On special event days Castlecroft Café, adjacent to Bury Transport Museum is also open. The East Lancashire Railway Gift Shop, located in Bury Bolton Street Station, sells a wide variety of products from pocket money treats to railway branded merchandise and a range of DVDs and books. Heywood Station has a large free car park and is located just a few minutes from Junction 2 of the M66.Ramsbottom and Rawtenstall Stations have some free parking facilities.
Annabel Chappell, who is a carer for an 18-year-old girl who attended the meeting, said she was left stunned by the decision.