FAQ

 

ACCESS INFORMATION

Full access information here  . Please call the dedicated accessibility line 07415821564 if you have any further questions. Map at bottom of the page.

HOW CAN I HELP

Please sign up as a volunteer by emailing womensmarchlonvolunteers@gmail.com

How Do I get there

The nearest tube stations are Oxford Circus, Great Portland Street, Regents Park and Bond Street. There are many bus routes to Oxford Street. Train drivers on the Piccadilly Line are on strike. Map at bottom of the page.

The nearest mainline stations are Euston, Kings Cross and Marylebone.

How do I get home

The march finishes at Parliament Square . The nearest tube station is Westminster . St James Park and Embankment are also nearby. Waterloo station and  Victoria are the nearest mainline stations.

COACH POINTS

If you are coming by coach, Marylebone Road is staying open to traffic and is a good drop-off point. Millbank and Albert Embankment would be a good place to be picked up.

What shall I bring

Bring pots and pans and something to bang them with . We need you to make lots of noise. If you have instruments then please bring them and play them

Remember to also bring water , a snack and a rainproof coat just in case . If you have young children, remember to bring snacks and drinks for them.

We are doing a collection for Bloody Good Period . Please bring new/closed packs of sanitary towels and pantyliners (please no tampons!) for asylum seekers, refugees and those who can't afford them. If you'd rather donate before the march, then do head to myfreda.com/donations where you can have 100% organic and bio-degradable pads sent straight to us from a woman-owned, women-led company. Look out for the Bloody Good sign near the start point outside the Langham Hotel - or hand to a steward.

WHERE CAN WE MEET

The area around the start of the march will be very busy so arrange to meet your friends away from the start of the march. Mobile phone reception might be patchy. Map at bottom of the page.

WHAT SHALL I WEAR

We want to be loud and bright, so please wear rainbow colours to reflect our diversity. This is a day of joy and love so dress up and have fun. We suggest wearing comfortable shoes to march in.

We also have some amazing volunteers who'll be doing make-up at the start of the march.

CAN I BRING CHILDREN

Yes. This event is family friendly. If you want to march with other families, please meet in Cavendish Square Gardens, behind John Lewis. Look out for a steward with a Bring The Noise sign. We'll take you together into the march when its started . This point is a five minute walk away from the start of the march. Map at bottom of the page.

Nearest toilets

According to this map  there are public toilets on Oxford Street at  John Lewis and House of Fraser. On Regent Street at Princes St, Apple Store, Great Marlborough Street, Hamleys,. Also at Piccadilly Circus,Trafalgar Square, Westminster Underground, Storeys Gate, Central Hall.

Quiet Area

There will be a quieter area at the back of the march for people who are noise sensitive. Please ask a steward who will direct you there.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I FEEL UNWELL

We have dedicated first aiders (wearing first aid vests) in our stewarding teams so please contact a steward or a first aider if you are feeling unwell. In case of emergency, the nearest hospitals are University College Hospital at 235 Euston Road NW1 2BU and St Thomas' Hospital at Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7EH

IS THERE AN AFTER PARTY?

If you are holding an after party or an event, let us know and we'll add it here. If you'd like to join our after party, tickets are here.