What makes a family-friendly restaurant “family-friendly”?

by Michael Addison in Business Supplies | posted:

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Do restaurants have to provide baby changing facilities?

This began in the early twentieth century as a result of new social and economic trends. Family-friendly has always been about putting families first by creating a welcoming atmosphere.

Question; Do you as a restaurant have to provide a baby-changing facility?

By law, no.

Can you then consider yourselves family friendly?

No.

Some parents use these facilities until their children reached three years old, making these facilities more use to you than you think. For many families, a meal out is a special event. Given this, the absence of a baby-changing facility would ruin that night out.

Don’t believe us?

Here are testimonials from some young parents.

It’s not as if having a baby changer would be ignored. Three out of the top five family-friendly restaurants in Manchester all have one.

 

Society has changed somewhat, with parents taking younger and younger children with them to dinner. Like with the beginnings of family-friendly restaurants, you can sell to parents through their children with a baby changing facility.

So what would be the best choice for your restaurant?

 

Direct365 E-Changer

Don’t miss out on our Bench Mounted Baby Changing Tables which are designed to fit a standard surface. They’re extremely easy to use and are also highly affordable. We also have a range of safety seats and high chairs that are tested to meet British Standards.

The changer has a weight limit of 100 KG, a secure changing strap, built in liner storage, an antimicrobial coating and a modern grey finish. Our E-changer comes with a free “Baby Changing Facilities” sign so parents will be fully aware the feature is available.

We’ve created this so your restaurant will earn the phrase “family-friendly”

 

Order the latest e-changer today and get it delivered tomorrow!

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View our full selection here

 

 

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