Bring Your Baby Ltd is committed to the Family Arts Standards and the Age-Friendly Standards and welcomes people of all ages to both our Bring Your Baby Guided London Walks and Bring Your Baby Pub Quizzes.
We fully acknowledge that older generations may be more likely to experience barriers to engagement than younger family members, and that there is a need for organisations to implement comprehensive measures to discourage drop-off in cultural engagement in later life.
We value all generations and get a lot of grandparents and older family members coming along with their children and grandchildren to our events. We want to provide a positive and welcoming experience for all visitors, regardless of age, and as our activities take a slower pace they are ideal inclusive events for all age groups.
All our guided walks and pub quizzes are planned and designed to be as step-free as possible for buggies and wheelchairs alike. Our walk guides and quiz hosts always help out if there is the odd kerb or step to negotiate, and are always patient and kind, which encapsulates our company's ethos.
We plan places to sit down on our guided walks and a halfway break for rest and refreshment. At this time we also ensure there are accessible toilets and baby change facilities for both men and women. We are also happy to bring a folding chair if requested.
Our pub venues all have accessible toilets and baby change facilities for both men and women.
Our quizzes include two breaks - instead of the traditional one break - in order to give our customers of all ages the opporrtunity for more thinking time and comfort breaks. We also repeat our questions and check in with every team that they could clearly hear all the questions.
Our customers of all ages are always welcome to request a toilet, baby change or baby feeding stop outside of the halfway stop, and the guide will remind them at the start of the walk that they can do so.
Our pub venues all have accessibible toilets and baby change, and we also bring along a mobile baby change so that customers do not need to leave the quiz to change baby.
We take into account transport issues when planning dates of activities, start and finish times, and aim to plan guided walks so that they start and finish near transport hubs and fall outside of the rush hours.
We ask families about their experiences and views during our events and also by collecting reviews. We actively make changes according to feedback. Adaptations have included bringing along a mobile baby change to pub quizzes and bringing along a folding chair to guided walks if requested. We also offer to cut up food for our customers if they are juggling holding or feeding a baby or have any other barrier to their comfort.