A NIGHTCLUB in Bournemouth has been 'celebrated' for its 'access to all' events. 

Charities Suttone Stone Quarries and People First Forum have celebrated Cameo nightclub for supporting Big Night Out with Suttles events which are designed for people with learning difficulties. 

The event often draws as many as 600 club-goers from across Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and Dorset and has been described as a 'beacon of access for all'.

Chris Suttle, of Suttle Stone Quarries, said: “I have been passionate about trying to facilitate this sort of evening at a top club which many people take for granted, but is often difficult for many with disabilities and learning difficulties, such as my son James.” 

Big Night Out with Suttles follows the core beliefs of being welcoming and inclusive, involving local advocacy and disability rights while helping learning disabled DJs. 

The night has earned Cameo nightclub the reputation as the most accessible nightclub in Bournemouth with three accessible toilets and bespoke ramps also.

Amanda Frost, assistant manager at People First Forum said: “It brings people together with disabilities from across Dorset, in an accessible and safe environment, meeting up with old friends and making new ones.”

For more information visit People First Forum's website.