Wheelchair Access To Hereford Odeon Cinema

It is the year 2008, Odeon make millions of pounds a year, yet after over 10 years of asking Hereford Cinema still has no wheelchair access. They have said "Hereford is just a backstreet cinema, why would we waste money on that. We invest into London, Birmingham the main cities" They hide behind the fact that the building is a Listed Building, so there are certain things you arn't allowed to do, but Barclay's Bank in Hereford is also a listed building and they did everything in their power to get wheelchair access into the bank and achieved it. It's now time Odeon gave people from Hereford a cinema that is fit for this day and age.

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    Amy, United Kingdom

    6 years ago Comments: woo go us lol hehe:) i back this up 100%
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    tony smith, United Kingdom

    6 years ago Comments: i work in the community with disabled people and know first hand the problems faced.
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    Jennifer Shoesmith, United Kingdom

    6 years ago Comments: Odeon is not the only cinema in Hereford, we also have the Courtyard Centre for the Arts, where films turn up a month or so later. I receive a weekly 'what's on' Odeon email, yet I have only been to the Odeon twice in three years. Why Because it is a grotty, back street cinema! I go regularly to the Courtyard and travel up to 100 miles to see films in better cinema complexes owned by other companies - because of Odeon's attitude to Hereford I afford Odeon group cinemas and will continue to do so until you take a more appropriate attitude to our town!
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