How to open a door…

2015 02 26 door release sign

Or perhaps how to get someone else to open the door for themselves.

Seen while leaving Westminster Meeting House.

2015 02 26 door release buttonI was impressed not only with the sign but the photograph and arrow.

Yes – if you turn to look where the arrow is pointing you do indeed find the button.

Complete with an additional sign!

Hopefully this ensures that everyone needing to leave can do so without disturbing the Wardens or anyone else.

Always interested to see such examples of good practice.

 

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