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Weston and surrounding areas being a holiday destination has entertainment to suit most people, depending on what they find entertaining.


Local Accessible Entertainment

The Odeon cinema in Weston operates the national concessionary "CEA Card" scheme which entitles the holder to one free ticket for a person accompanying them to the cinema. For your assistance CEA information leaflets and application forms are available from their Box Office

We suggest that you phone ahead to check accessibility if you want wheelchair access as

Screen 1 has no wheelchair space, Whilst Screen 2 has one space, and Screens 3 & 4 each

have 2 spaces.


To apply for the CEA card you will need to meet one or more of the following criteria:

                              Be in receipt of disability living allowance or attendance allowance

                               Be a registered blind person

For further information please contact The Card Network on 0845 123 129.

The Playhouse theatre in Weston provides concessions to the elderly, but not the disabled.

With only four wheelchair places you will have to book early.



There is a Gala Bingo Hall at unit 9 Marchfields Way, where there is ample parking and level access, plus, all the usual bingo and slot machines.


The Tourist Information Centre can be found on the sea front close to the pier at

The Winter Gardens, Royal Parade,Weston-super-Mare BS23 1AJ.Tel: 01934 417 117

Bristol Hippodrome has a dedicated information and booking line for people with disabilities. Disability Liaison Officer Trish Hodgson 0117 3023222  can be contacted Mon to Fri 10am - 6pm.

There are four dedicated wheelchair positions, with adjacent seats for carers, other seating is also available.

Restaurants and Cafe are plentiful in Weston and all should have access. Some older buildings still have no disabled toilets or have inaccessible ones, our advice is to always check ahead for special needs wherever you plan to go and that they can fully cater for you.