Axe Throwing Accessibility
Axe Throwing is wheelchair accessible and as long as you have the strength to lift 1kg (the same weight as a litre of water/milk) up and over your head, and then throw it 14-16ft forwards at a wall then you can do axe throwing. We have tested and tried this ourselves from sitting positions on chairs and found it just fine.
The venue is wheelchair accessible, there are no steps on the way in and the floor is totally flat (concrete floor) from entrance to the range. Potentially you might need assistance to get the axe out of the bullseye (when you hit it – ‘cos you’re awesome) but our instructors are always on hand for this or any other help you might need. The toilets have a small step to get into them, 50mm high approx. This means that the toilets are not very wheelchair friendly. There is a good bit of space in them but there is no specific accessibility in the loos provisions at the moment (we are working on this).
Obviously it’s not all about wheelchairs, there are many other disabilities that are out there both visible and not visible. Please get in touch with us directly to discuss any specifics – we will do our best to make it possible as long as it’s safe for us all.
Axe Club is a positive place to be with a bunch of can-do people – we welcome everyone to join us and learn Axe Throwing. If anyone has any specific needs or requirements then feel free to get in touch, or if you have any further questions just ask.
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