Built in the 9th Century Peterborough Cathedral is known for its imposing Early English Gothic West Front (façade) which, with its three enormous arches, visited by thousands of people yearly both ambient and non ambient, many of it beautiful rooms are off limits to those who are unable to negotiate stairs. Due to the buildings listed status, stairlift and through floor lifts are not an option.
Mr C, called AAT to visit and provide a solution. On the assessment I recommended the Smax sella vario, this dual purpose machine is able to provide an access solution for both those with limited mobility either with or without a wheelchair.
It worked extremely well and Mr C commented how the machine will open up so much of the cathedral to less able patrons.
Peterborough Cathedral will now be known for its accessibility to all people and not just for its beautiful facade!