Background Of Greggs
This Café is Based In Gosforth Tyneside 1954 A man named Jhon Gregg opened his bakery and ever since it has been a cultural norm of the northeast of England. Because it is both cheap and yummy many workers choose to visit Greggs for their lunch or dinner. Greggs is so popular in the small town of Durham that we have two. One is on north road and the other is on saddler’s street. If you are unfamiliar with Greggs, you can look them up on their website below.
You can also order Greggs to your home of place of work through their app. Greggs does have a points system you could take advantage of too. My personal favourite is an innocent smoothie with a sausage role and plain sugar doughnuts. Down below the photographs and accessibility information of both Greggs services.
Saddlers’ street accessibility
There are no steps to enter so pushing either a wheelchair or a push chair through the entrance is easy. Ass the floor on the ground floor is flat. However differing surfaces of flooring are there. At the counter the flooring is black and white tialling and the rest is some wood. Babby chairs are available. The walls are black. The place is popular and noise levels depend upon the volume of the customers. However, the most prevalent noises you will here is of rustling bags and the coffee/tea making machines. The chairs and tables are a light-coloured plastic. Chairs can be removed in order to seat a person in a wheelchair at the table. There is an accessible toilet and an upstairs seating area.
You can get more information on Greggs here.