Take a moment and imagine your fitness is not as good it used to be. Maybe you struggle with stairs, perhaps you now need glasses or you have special dietary requirements. You’ve just put yourself in the growing group of accessibility challenged people, including those with disabilities or the aging population, who require the built environment and other features of venues to be considerate of their needs. The ‘norm’ is usually for aesthetics and conventional but we believe it’s vitally important for our Club to be respectful and comfortable for everyone’s needs. We are proud of the Accessibility features within our Club. Of course, when catering for the Veteran’s within our community it is imperative for us to consider mobility and other needs. But the Board and Management have taken the club to a whole new level. Club CEO, Anne Stovin, says ‘We have a diverse clientele who come to the Club. We’re passionate about ensuring our patrons needs are looked after and every visit to the Club is enjoyable and comfortable’. An Accessibility Policy and Statement has been created that lists the comprehensive array of features within the Club that cater for people first and their needs. The statement is readily available on our website and highlights just how varied accessible needs are.