OK, this is a Wetherspoons, and you can expect a range of affordable food (looked alright, didn't eat any) and enjoyable range of drinks for a group night out. Apart from the airy and distinctive ex-swimming-pool interior, there is an extensive beer garden ... very nice on a summer evening. It's a good pub to visit in a wheelchair as there's a tram stop right outside (or you could park fairly easily around 300 metres away). And there is level access into the pub, which is easy to get around. But the beer garden is on 3 levels and to get to the main bit you need to use a lift. Fair enough, but the lift is kept locked. It took some time to find the key, and a staff member said it couldn't be found earlier in the day when someone else wanted to use the lift! I totally can't accept the excuse that "kids might play with the lift" as "kids" surely need to be supervised for so many reasons in a beer garden, e.g. the glasses. A lift that is locked is not accessible... So please, 'Spoons, keep it unlocked!
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