The Kenton ox is for those people who love pub grub and socialising. ou cn guarantee that this pub will be comunity freindly to whoever entrers. The pub has live music every Friday and Saturday. The staff are very friendly. To order your food, you can either download the app or order at the bar. The staff bring your food to you. There are various seating arrangements to choose from. From rounded tables to square tables. You will see carpeted areas and wooden floors throughout the pub.
Furthermore, you willl see that the walls are panelled with a few pictures. You will notice that the mantel piece are decorated individualistically. They also have elewctric fires. he carpet itself is very colourful and you can watch the people of and in Yarm pass you by through the window.
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Whilst the carpet may not be suitable for a visiting dementia patent because they could find the carpet disorientating, the staff are willing to help those who are neurodiverse in any manner hey possibly can. You can ask the staff for help, even though they arent disability trained. For example, they are happy to read the menu out to you if you need it to be. They do not have a braille menu, but they do have highchairs. The disabled toilet has ample rood and a babby changing unit. Although there is one step to enter the building and a few platforms one can access through a small series of steps, there is plenty of others to choose from. Whilst there is a small step up to enter the building, I believe that with help it would still be possible to enter the building in a wheelchair, or with a push chair. They do have Wi-Fi so one can connect a hearing link if needed.