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We may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you comply with any changes. This policy was constructed on and is effective from 22.09.2016.
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“I was given the challenge of finding an all-day venue for our 100 strong team, that we could use all day, in any weather, that catered for all abilities. The team at The Zone didn’t let us down! We had completely smashed the brief I was given and I can’t wait for the next one, I know who I will be calling. Thank you guys, you helped me smash that challenge and I couldn’t have done it without you!"
Claire Heaton, EA to Peter Branson, CEO of Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice
“Action First Campaign Group Kirklees is a local campaign group led by members who look at local issues and campaign to improve accessibility, facilities and lives of/for local people with disabilities. The Zone have so many great facilities, by having a Changing Place these facilities could be accessed by so many more people improving family life, mental and physical wellbeing and the local community.”
Samantha Jones, Safe Places Co-ordinator at Mencap in Kirklees
“We run 4 ‘Football Funday’ events at The Zone per year which are inclusive events for adults with learning disabilities. Attendance is about 100 people per events with about 55 service users plus carers, coaches, volunteers and staff from the NHS per event. The Zone provide the venue, some coaches and offer a deal on the pitch hire. For our Trust this offers a central location with plenty of accessible free parking, a safe welcoming environment, large areas for seating and relaxing and a café.”
Alex Feather, Project Worker at Creative Minds
“I just wanted to take the time to give you some direct feedback relating to our son recent football birthday party held at the Zone. It was my son’s 8th birthday and he is football mad, hence the football party booking we made. Upon arrival the individual who was to be our event coordinator, Ashley, came to greet us and took the birthday cake into the room for safe storage. Throughout the day Ashley was brilliant. He went well above the call of duty and assisted whenever anything was needed."