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Had an awful time today when I joined my parents and their foster kids at a large soft play centre. There were 2 steps at entrance and no ramp so my 64 year old dad had to pull myself and wheelchair up them. We asked about disabled toilet to be told it was in the women's toilet ( i'm a 39 year old male) when I went to use it, the staff had to shut entire toilet block as stall not big enough to fit chair in and shut the door. In addition the so called disabled toiled had no hand rails or adaptations. I spoke to manager who showeđ absolutely no interest of concern. I feel that the whole afternoon was spoiled by this and wondered what the regs are for commercial premises and whether it constitutes discrimination. Any help or advice would be very welcome.