With deaf interpretation, a chauffeur-driven buggy service,
accessible toilets and a dedicated accessibility coordinator we aim
to make Westpoint enjoyable for everyone.
For those who are hard of hearing, deaf interpretation and
electronic note taking will be available during the main meetings
A hearing loop will also be in operation during the main meetings
Arrangement can be made for individuals to gain access to the
meeting venues early to ensure an appropriate seat is
While cars are only permitted on the Westpoint site in exceptional
circumstances, a chauffeur driven buggy service will be on offer to
ensure all areas of the site can be accessed by those who are
unable to get around on foot.
There is also reserved disabled parking next to the main arena and
For those who wish to camp, accessible toilets will also be
For those needing accessible showers, we have an arrangement with
a local sports centre to use their facilities which can be
Westpoint hosts The Ark, a group for any children who have
difficulty accessing the mainstream kids or youth work, whether
that is a result of physical, care, emotional or behavioural needs,
or specific conditions. We have an experienced team so you can be
sure your children are in safe hands.
If your child attends a special needs school, or has specific
support to access main-stream school then The Ark is here for
Those who are registered disabled qualify for the concessional rate.
Carers should pay for their entry but also receive the concessional rate.
Westpoint is administered by Commission Apostolic
Trust Ltd., a company limited by guarantee, registered in
England. Registered company number 8293624. Charity number