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Brighton Junction Reception

The Brighton Junction site is the main Friends Centre's main site with all the teaching rooms and offices on the ground floor. The Friends Centre also run the reception for all the other community organisations in the building.

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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Brighton Jubilee Library

The library has level access with large automatic doors that lead into the small library shop. Just past the shop you turn right through more wide automatic doors to get into the main library. There are 3 floors.

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4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Farm Entrance

Small cafe that specializes I  fresh produce from 3 local farms. They provide eat in and takeaway service. There is a small step with a wide door to get in. Once in the counter is directly in front of you. The floor has slightly uneven floorboards with no carpet.

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3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Wheelchair Access on brighton wheel

Brighton Wheel is a huge ferris wheel on Brighton seafront near the Palace Pier. There are disabled parking spaces nearby. Wheelchair access is via a ramp. Disabled adults tickets are £6.50 and disabled children tickets are £5.  Carer tickets are £4.

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4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Hells Kitchen from Gardener Street

Hells Kitchen is a small family run sandwich shop /café in the North Laine area of Brighton. The café has level access with a high counter chilled cabinet on the right as you go in and a fridge directly in front of you on a plinth.

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3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Carluccio restaurant viewed from outside on Muswell Hill Broadway

An Italian restaurant in Muswell Hill, north London.  There are parking metres nearby and if you use a blue badge you don't need to pay but you  must display the badge and clock together.  There are several blue badge bays at Muswell Hill Broadway too.  The entrance is step free, there are tables

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A more spacious environment than their roastery.  This cafe offers a full espresso menu alongside brewed to order filter coffee and loose leaf teas. It has good access via ramp to front door and tables have room for wheelchairs to fit easily. Staff really helpful and bring drinks to table.

Accessibility: 
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Batemans from the garden.

Bateman's is a 17th century Jacobean stone house in Burwash in Sussex. Rudyard Kipling lived in the house from 1902 until 1936. It's now run by the National trust and kept in the same state as when Kipling lived there.

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2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
Eclectia Gallery

Eclectia gallery and studio is an independent photography gallery and photographic studio at street level in Brighton Marina. The main entrance from the shopping area goes straight into the gallery with studio behind the counter and a partition. The studio can also be accessed from a back door.

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5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Komedia from Gardener Streer

By day the Komedia is bar /cafe that serves light meals, cold soft drinks, hot drinks and alcohol. At night it turns into a club that has comedy, live music and some club nights. Most of the comedy nights and some of the music nights have seating and tables.

Accessibility: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

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