Access Statement

St Peter’s Trust seeks to provide a community space that is as access friendly as possible given the distinct age and nature of the building and surrounding green spaces. In order to plan your time with more certainty, the following information provide details and photographs about our building and the available facilities. While this information is primarily focused on mobility issues, the Trust also plans in increase access for the visually impaired visitors through a greater use of audio technology.

We will review this information and update our access information as required.  If you need more information or have any queries, please contact us by email admin@stpetersmarlborough.org.uk

This access statement does not contain personal opinions as to our suitability for those with access needs, but aims to accurately describe the facilities and services that we offer all our guests/visitors.

Access Statement for St Peter’s Marlborough

St Peter’s Marlborough is a former church situated at the south end of Marlborough’s High Street. The building is approached by a flat path, leading to a level access door into the main building. The main building comprises of a large flat area with a small ramp leading up to the Nave. It is via the Nave you can access our toilets and there is another small ramp on the approach.

Parking for St Peters can be found on the High Street and is all at road level, with no curbs or steps.

The entrance to the grounds is all one level as is the path leading to the main door to the building
The High Street has parking is close to the entrance of St Peter’s and there are spots even closer for blue badge holders
Level access door to the building which is wide enough for wheelchairs
The main building, where the coffee shop is situated, is all one level

Ramp to nave
Access to the toilets via two small ramps in the Nave
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