As many of you are aware, we have disabled facilities. Ramps up to the main entrance, wide doors to enable ease of access with wheelchairs, toilets suitable for wheelchairs and an area within the downstairs auditorium for people with wheelchairs. Up until now we have had a flexible policy in that, although reserved only for wheelchairs, any customers who would like to enjoy being able to stretch their legs out can use the area (but will potentially be asked to move should someone turn up in a wheelchair). Unfortunately, on a number of occasions we have had the embarrassment of having to ask able-bodied people to move when a customer in a wheelchair needs the reserved space. This is unpleasant for all concerned so the trustee committee of Cross Hands Public Hall & Cinema have had to put a strict policy in place that the area reserved for wheelchairs is for that use only. It will be cordoned off and able-bodied customers will be asked not to embarrass staff by insisting on sitting there, please. The area is an official *disabled* area for wheelchair bound only. Even if no one turns up in a wheelchair, that area is restricted to others. Please note: there are a limited amount of seats for accompanying friends and/or relatives.