Accessibility

More accessibility information may be added closer to events. Contact social@cusagc.org.uk with any questions about events.

Pub Quiz

The Mitre on Bridge Street. From accesscambridge.co.uk:

  • Type: Pub in city centre, serves basic pub food
  • Address: 17 Bridge Street, Cambridge, CB2 1UF
  • Tel: 01223 358 403
  • Wheelchair Access: Yes, through main entrance. Spacious inside
  • Visual Impairments: Light and airy
  • Hearing Impairments: Quiet background music
  • Disabled toilets: Yes. Other toilets down two steps
  • Parking: Park Street car park

Forward Recce

~10 mile hike, but it’s likely to end in a pub (probably The Three Horseshoes) and people are very welcome to just join for that bit. Parking is available.

Games Night

Queens’ College Bar. There is wheelchair access. There is basic seating, an accessible toilet, and a gender neutral toilet.
Disabled parking may be available by prior request.

Craft Evening

Cambridge District Scout HQ (tbc). There is wheelchair access. There is basic seating, and general car parking. 

Annual Dinner

Royal Cambridge Hotel. There is wheelchair access. There is padded seating, and general car parking. 

Ice Skating

Cambridge Ice Arena. There is wheelchair access. There is an accessible toilet, and blue badge parking. 

Roman Rally

The accommodation caters to all with a fully accessible bedroom and accessible toilets and showers. Two bedrooms have en-suite facilities. More details at rally.ssago.org/pages/accessibility.

Pancake Day

Cambridge District Scout HQ (tbc). There is wheelchair access. There is basic seating, and general car parking. 

Forward

Comberton Scout Hut. There is wheelchair access. There is basic seating, an accessible toilet, and general car parking. Email forward@cusagc.org.uk if you need more information.

SSAGO goes to Spoons

The Regal. From accesscambridge.co.uk:

  • Wheelchair Access: Yes, via ramp to right of main entrance. Spacious inside, and most areas accessible
  • Visual Impairments: Brightly lit
  • Hearing Impairments: Background music, and especially noisy at weekends
  • Disabled toilets: RADAR toilet. Bar staff have key
  • Parking: Some disabled bays on Regent Street