Unisex toilet found on platform two, and is accessible for wheelchairs.
Three Gender Neutral single stall toilets are available in the venue. One on ground floor is wheelchair accessible. The two upstairs are clearly not. GQA has held meetings here for two years, so we can guarantee the venue is LGBTI friendly.
Penny Farthing does good food, coffee and is LGBTI friendly. Located at the top of the hill on High street, they’re easy to find. Toilet is single stall out the back.
Thousand Pound bend has two toilets over to the left of the door on the ground floor. Both are gender neutral and unsigned.
Julio cafe is next to the school (like the Paul Simon song). A single stall toilet is out the back, but it’s not accessible because it’s the other side of several steps.
A group of individual toilet stalls are located at the north end of the park, near the intersection of St. George’s road and Alfred Crescent. There’s eight of them so plenty of space. The irony is there’s only one sink to wash your hands and no soap.
Book store has accessible toilet at the back. You might need to buy a coffee or ask nicely to use the loo though.
Loafer has a single stall gender-neutral toilet. The loo isn’t accessible as you have to go behind the counter and through the kitchen to access it. Loafer also makes a lovely dandelion soy chai!
Grub Food Van toilets are both accessible and gender neutral. On a side note: also kid friendly and has outdoor dining!
Tin Pot Cafe toilets are out the back, through the dining room closest to the street corner. Both toilets (one inside and one outside the building) are single occupancy & unlabelled.