We aim to meet the needs of all our guests, but would like to point out there are some features which might make access difficult for people with limited mobility.
For assistance prior to arrival please contact Rachael Salmon on 01924 481920 or email@example.com
Arrival and Car Parking Facilities
There is a large car park sited within the grounds of the College of the Resurrection. Disabled spaces are sited next to the entrance of the New Refectory.
Depending upon the meeting space guests will be using, step-free access is straight into the venue or via other entrances which are step-free. Please contact Rachael Salmon if you need further information about this.
Public Areas (Internal)
The Lecture Rooms and the Festival Room have carpeted floors.
The New Refectory has laminate flooring.
The College Refectory has wooden flooring.
WC facilities for mobility-impaired people are available in various locations across the site.
Public Areas (External)
Access is available to most external areas on site. Where access is prohibited signage will denote this. Please note that paths may be slippery at times.
For the hard of hearing we have a portable hearing loop. Please inform the Centre in advance if you feel you would benefit from this being made available for your visit.
We are able to cater for any reasonable dietary requirements (vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, diabetic diets etc).
Come off the M62 at junction 25. Follow the signs towards Mirfield. Take the first exit at the roundabout and towards Leeds. Continue up this road until you see a ‘Starbucks’ on your right hand side. Take the filter lane and turn right at the lights - this is Stocks Bank Road. Drive over the brow of the hill and begin to drop down the other side. You will see a playground on your left hand side. The entrance to The Mirfield Centre is about 100 yards further down the road, on the right hand side.
Please note – the entrance to the Centre is marked by a brown ladder sign (to the right as you go down the hill, see picture). Please do not use the Community Retreat House entrance.
The Little Flowers of St Francis (Fioretti): A Quiet Garden Day
Led by Revd Dr Kenneth Carveley
Contemplating with Fra Angelico
led by Iain McKillop: painter, art-historian and priest