St Peters Leisure Centre

St Peters Leisure Centre

St Peter's Leisure Centre
Church Street
Burnley BB11 2DL

St Peters Leisure Centre
St Peter's Leisure Centre,
Church Street,
Burnley BB11 2DL
Centre Opening Hours:
Monday 6:30am–10pm
Tuesday 6:30am–10pm
Wednesday 6:30am–10pm
Thursday 6:30am–10pm
Friday 6:30am–10pm
Saturday 9am–7pm
Sunday 9am–7pm

3 hours free parking for paying customers and members.

  • Disabled parking bays
  • Lift
  • Changes Places Toilet
  • Disabled toilet
  • Disabled Changing
  • Accessible lockers
  • Accessible reception desks
  • Hearing loop
  • All areas accessible
  • Pool Pod – independent pool access
  • Pool hoist
  • Easy access pool steps
  • Wheelchairs available
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Padiham Leisure Centre

Padiham Leisure Centre

Park Rd
Padiham
Burnley BB12 8ED

Padiham Leisure Centre
Park Rd,
Padiham,
Burnley BB12 8ED
Centre Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday 8am – 10pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am – 5pm
(see individual facility areas for specific opening times)

Parking is free at Padiham Leisure Centre.

  • Disabled parking bays
  • Lift
  • Accessible reception desks
  • Hearing loop
  • Disabled toilet
  • Disabled Changing
  • All areas accessible
  • Accessible lockers
  • Pool hoist
  • Easy access pool steps
  • All areas accessible
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Burnley Mechanics Theatre

Burnley Mechanics Theatre

Manchester Rd
Burnley BB11 1BH
UK

Burnley Mechanics Theatre
Manchester Rd,
Burnley BB11 1BH,
UK
Centre Opening Hours:
Currently closed due to Covid-19

Burnley Mechanics is situated in Burnley town centre next door to the Town Hall on Manchester Road.
For more information on car parking please click below for a town centre parking map.

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Please note that there is a car park to the rear of Burnley Mechanics Theatre. This car park is contract only, Monday to Friday 8am – 6pm and cannot be used by the public during these times. Outside of these hours, public parking is permitted, and a pay and display system is in place for Saturday’s between the hours of 8am and 9pm.

 

 

 

 

Disabled patrons

Burnley Mechanics welcomes people with disabilities. Assistant Dogs can accompany their owners, and water will be provided. A Textphone service is available on 01282 425011. The Fire Authorities advise that all wheelchair patrons remain in their wheelchairs throughout any performance, and as such, transferring from a wheelchair to a regular seat is not permitted. Able bodied companions will be requested to assist should an emergency evacuation arise.  If you use a wheelchair it is vitally important that you inform the Box Office at time of booking as our licensing regulations allow for two wheelchair users per event. Wheelchair spaces are situated on row ‘A’ of the front stalls. Burnley Mechanics operate a free ticket for essential carer’s policy. Please check with Box Office for details as conditions apply.

Concessions and Babes in Arms

All theatre performances are not recommended for children under 2 years of age. Burnley Mechanics reserves the right to ask parents to leave the performance space if they are causing a disturbance.

For most Mechanics promotions discounts are available to Children under the age of 16, those in full-time education, over 60 or in full receipt of benefits.  proof of status is required when booking.
All theatre performances are not recommended for children under 2 years of age. Burnley Mechanics reserves the right to ask parents to leave the performance space if they are causing a disturbance.

Accessibility inside the building

Our front room, lounge bar, theatre bar, loft and basement studio are completely accessible for visitors with disabilities. A lift to the first and second floor can be accessed via the Lounge Bar. The Basement Studio has its own ramped access at the back of the building.
With the need to evacuate using the goods lift and/or an evacuation chair in an emergency, we can accommodate up to 2 wheelchair patrons in the main auditorium/theatre bar, and 1 wheelchair patron in the loft; this is directly informed by our risk assessment and agreed evacuation procedure with the fire authorities that details our duty of care to both our patrons and staff.  We can be more flexible with numbers in the front room, lounge bar and basement studio due to the exit onto street level.
Any patron requiring an essential companion to attend the theatre to ensure their safe exit in an emergency evacuation needs to be incorporated into the fire risk assessment, therefore up to four spaces will be allocated (in addition to the wheelchair allocation) next to the wheelchair spaces both in the theatre and loft.

Lift access

A passenger lift is available from the main foyer level to the auditorium and The Loft; the maximum capacity is 8 persons.
Please note, the lift can only accommodate one wheelchair patron and carer at any one time.

Hard of hearing

There is an induction loop system in the main theatre; this is accessed by putting a hearing aid to the ‘T’ switch. The most effective areas for operation are, in the raised tier using seats 20-23 on rows F-T, and in the flat stalls using seats 22-25 on rows C-E. Alternatively, the next best areas are seats 1-5 (tier and stalls) on the other side of the theatre. Seats in the centre section should not be used.

Access to the building from the outside

There is a ramp at the Manchester Road entrance, and two lifts; one from ground floor level to the rear of the building, and one from main foyer to the auditorium and the The Loft. Please call the box office to arrange assistance prior to your visit.  There is a gradient from the car park to the theatre entrance on Yorke street; should you foresee needing assistance with this, please inform the box office.

A helping hand

Essential Companion Tickets
For selected performances there is a limited allocation of tickets available for essential companions accompanying wheelchair users and the registered blind. These are allocated on a first come first served basis and proof of eligibility will be required.

Eligibility requirements:
• We require wheelchair users to stay in their wheelchairs next to their able bodied companion throughout the event to ensure safe evacuation in an emergency.
• The able bodied companion will be requested to assist should an emergency evacuation arise, therefore must be over the age of 16.
Some events will be exempt such as events where the ticket price includes food and/or drink etc (i.e. theatre-dinners, private hires).
Burnley Mechanics has a volunteering scheme so may be able to provide an assistant for those wanting to attend a concert alone, advance booking is essential, and we cannot guarantee the availability of our volunteers.

Fire and Emergency
In the event of emergency, all essential carers are required to work with trained staff to facilitate a safe evacuation. Trained staff will inform and guide essential carers in terms of where to go.

Dementia Friendly
We want to make Burnley Mechanics accessible to as many people as possible; we have dementia friendly signage installed to support our customers visiting the Mechanics to get around the building. Our events can be very busy, bright, noisy or dark, so if a quiet space is needed, we will do our best to accommodate this and recommend shows that may be suitable to different customers’ needs.
There is always a Dementia friend on duty, please speak to a member of staff if support is required.

Pre-show visits
If you or any of your party has a condition that would benefit from a visit to Burnley Mechanics prior to a performance you are attending, we will do our best to accommodate such requests.

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Towneley Golf

Towneley Golf

Todmorden Rd
Burnley BB11 3ED
UK

Towneley Golf
Todmorden Rd,
Burnley BB11 3ED,
UK
  • Disabled parking bays
  • Disabled toilet
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Prairie Sports Village

Prairie Sports Village

Windermere Ave
Burnley BB10 2FU
UK

Prairie Sports Village
Windermere Ave,
Burnley BB10 2FU,
UK
  • Disabled parking bays
  • Lift
  • Disabled toilet
  • All areas accessible
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The Boathouse

The Boathouse

Burnley BB11 2RZ
UK

The Boathouse
Burnley BB11 2RZ,
UK,
Centre Opening Hours:
The Boathouse Cafe and Boating Lake opens from April until the end of September.
We open weekends only, however, during school holidays we open seven days a week from 12pm-5pm at the café, and the first boat time is 12.15pm and the last boat time is 4.15pm.

Prices are as follows for a 25 minute hire:
Single kayak - £3
Canadian canoe (3 people) - £4
Small row boat (4 people) - £5
Large row boat (5 people) - £6
Boats are not able to be booked in advance, simply turn up on the day and you will be allocated a time slot should a boat not be immediately available.

Bad weather:

During periods of bad weather and rain the Boathouse Cafe and Boating Lake will close, please check our Facebook page (insert link) for updates.

Car parking is available in the park via the Colne Road entrance. The cost is £2 all day, and tickets can be purchased using a cashless system on your phone only.

For Boating Lake enquiries please email: getin2@burnleyleisure.co.uk

For Boathouse Cafe enquiries please email: hospitality@burnleyleisure.co.uk

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Barden Athletics Track

Barden Athletics Track

Barden Ln
Burnley
UK

Barden Athletics Track
Barden Ln,
Burnley,
UK
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