Isle of Man News - POSTED Thu 13-07-2017

Fish and Chips for all!

by Crossroads Care

Fish and Chips for all!

Congratulations to the Hesketh family and their team at Fryers Fish n’ Chip shop, Village Walk, Onchan in maintaining their Gold Award under Crossroads Care, Tiered Award Scheme. The Tiered Award Scheme helps businesses become disability smart to ensure everyone has fair access to goods and services.

Shane Hesketh said: “Since opening Fryers we have always set our standards high combined with a high level of customer service. Our ingredients for success are serving the best quality produce and the best quality service. Both diner, take-away and toilets are fully accessible. Guide dogs are also welcome. We offer a gluten free menu, smaller and larger portions and are open 7 days a week. We are delighted to have been reassessed and awarded Gold for 2017.”

Annette Pinhorn, Tiered Award Lead said: “The award is completely free of charge and open to any business or organisation no matter how big or small. It is designed to help you understand the needs of your customers, service users and employees.  The reality is around 20% of people you engage with will have a disability and it won’t always be obvious to you or your staff.”

If you are interested in the Award and would like more information please contact Crossroads Care Access office on 673103 or email us , the Access office also offers online Disability Awareness training to local businesses and organisations.

Photo - The Hesketh’s & Mike Johnson, Judge.


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