"I was looking forward to a new cinema being built in Scunthorpe approximately 10 years ago, as the old one was built years and years ago and I could only get to the ground floor screens and that was through the fire doors.
The Scunthorpe Vue cinema is built on the 1st floor. There is a lift for disabled users outside but I find it too small, so I use the multi-storey car park lift or bridge to get to the cinema.
The foyer is big and spacious and there are disabled toilets which is great, the staff, not so much, as on at least two occasions I've been asked if I'd like VIP tickets which are seats at the back of the cinema.
All of the screens I've been in have the disabled spaces at the front. So the big screen is right in front of you. I find it difficult sitting there as I have to look up at the screen and it hurts my neck. It's also really loud there.
So I would prefer to go to another cinema (there's only this one in Scunthorpe now) where the wheelchair seats are further back. So I have to go out of town or miss the film."
Perhaps Vue should consider making a wheelchair accessible seating area available further back in their various screens / cinemas where possible for the comfort of some of their wheelchair using patrons?
What is your experience of the cinema?
Do you have similar views to those of Cherie?
Do you have an observation to make about how things could improve for you in leisure or tourism - if you do I'd be happy to listen :)