Revolution has been a feature of Wind Street for many years, but what do we know about them and more specifically what can they do for children and families with disabilities?
Rachael Jenkins who is sales manager for Revolution told us about the variety of activities they offer and what they are doing to support families with disabled children and those who are impacted by autistic spectrum disorder ASD.
Revolution offers a unique dining & celebration experience in one of Swansea’s most stylish buildings. With impressive décor that has won local design awards, Revolution Swansea is in the heart of the City Centre, with just a short walk to local transport links.
For smaller meetings, lunches & parties, the Cwtch is a fantastic space in the main bar. With seating for up to 20 and it’s own private TV Screen & ‘chill out’ space, the Cwtch is undoubtably the most popular space in the venue. The space can also be turned into a ‘quiet area’, with it’s own sound system which can be operated separately from the main bar, perfect for families with young children or those with sensitivity to loud music.
Manhattan Bar is the second largest private hire room in the venue – a unique event space which can be hired exclusively or as an extension of the Clubroom. This space is ideal for smaller parties who wish to have an exclusive area to dine & drink. Manhattan benefits from its’ own private bar, booth seating & high tables. This space has direct access to a sheltered smoking area.
Revolution Swansea has a dedicated team that consistently delivers every event with exceptional professionalism and the highest customer service standards.
Revolution are looking at the needs of children and families with disabilities and with those impacted by ASD. They have a quite room and area with disabled access. The room is not cut off from the rest of the impressive building, but is away from the main area that can often by typically noisy from customers enjoying their meals. Revolution also offers a menu that has bright and clear pictures of what they offer. They understand the needs of some guests and offer food options to suit some ASD customers who like ‘dry’ food or foods of a certain colours.
Revolution host a great Thursday evening of music and dance for young adults and adults with disabilities. One Thursday a month they set out food and dance for their guests to enjoy. With abundance of staff to offer care and support the evening is focussed on having fun. Family and friends are welcome to join too.
If you want to find out how Revolution can support your family to enjoy a great evening out, or how they cater for those impacted by disabilities and ASD or if you want to find out about the young adults disco and food evening on a Thursday please call Tel: 01792 475 181 or visit 24 Wind Street, Swansea.