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Are there specific disabled entrances to the buildings at Manchester University?

Entrances into both the Renold and Weston Building have ground level access. The Weston Building is also fitted with automatic doors at the entrance, however the Renold doors require manual opening.

Level access into the Barnes Wallis Building is available via a ramp to the bridge and then a lift into the main foyer. Dropped kerbs are located outside the Security Lodge, Barnes Wallis and Weston Buildings for access around the campus. Door widths into the Renold building are 1.9m and 2m in height and these measurements are standard throughout the building.

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Are there lifts for disabled delegates?

In the Renold Building a lift is available to all floors and lift doors measure 1.4m wide and 2m high.

In the Weston Building a lift is available to the lower and upper floors. On arrival into the building please ask the duty receptionist for directions.

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Where are the disabled toilets?

Accessible toilets are provided in the Renold Building on B, F, G and H floors, and on the ground floor of the Weston Building.

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Are there any facilities for delegates with a hearing impairment?

All rooms in the Renold Building are fitted with induction loop facilities and doorways are signed with the Induction Loop symbol.

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I have a visual impairment. Is a sighted guide provided at ALT-C 2005?

Please contact the ALT office on +44 (0)1865 484125.

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