Well Done Market Lane

When I visited Market Lane about 7 months ago I bemoaned the fact that the requisite drop rail and grab rail, which had been promised on a previous visit, had not been fitted. The food, staff and ambiance are excellent in the restaurant and we visited again last evening to celebrate Jean’s retirement. Jean commenced nurse training in Cope Foundation in 1974 so when the option of retiring early landed she jumped at it and grabbed it with both hands.

Mairead, Jean, Elaine & Declan

Mairead, Jean, Elaine & Declan

Henry & Rowan

Henry & Rowan

6 of us partied in Market Lane to help Jean celebrate such a momentous occasion. The food as usual was excellent from start to finish and our server was also brilliant. We were allowed bring our special cake for Jean.

The retirement cake

The retirement cake

The need to use the facilities arose towards the end of the evening and I was pleased to find that the rails had been fitted in the wheelchair accessible toilet. Well done Market Lane

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  1. How nice to recognize this place that listened and made a change to help increase its customers’ comfort and safety. Glad Jean could retire. What an interesting and fitting cake for the occasion.

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