The People’s Climate March
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This Sunday November 29th, thousands of us will come together at London’s biggest ever climate event.

When and where
We’ll start gathering at 12 noon at the South end of Park Lane, near Hyde Park Corner, ready to move off at 1.00.

Look for us at Area “B” (see map) – areas will be clearly signposted with their letter. All are welcome at this fun and family-friendly For The Love Of… section of the march. Expect carnival performers, face-painters and music to inspire and energise us as we march!

The march will proceed through central London (see full route map here) and finishes with a rally with inspirational speakers on Millbank, outside Westminster, due to finish at 3.45.

Getting there
If you’re coming from outside London, make sure you’ve booked your train travel in advance. Alternatively, you can find out about coaches coming from your area.

There will be road closures on the day, so it’s best to come by public transport if you can. The closest tube stations are Hyde Park Corner and Green Park. Get the latest London travel updates and plan your journey on the Transport for London website — type in London W1K 1PN as the destination.

Interfaith event
Join people of different faiths for a short event at 11.45 at Westminster Synagogue before joining together for the march. Find out more and book your free place here.

What to wear

This event is happening at the end of November in England, and we all know what that means. Bring raincoats and lots of warm layers!

Comfortable shoes are also a must – we’ll be out on the streets from 12 till 4.

Why not bring some fancy dress, too, and be part of the carnival atmosphere?

Food and drink

There won’t be any food or drink stalls as part of the march, so please bring your own water and sandwiches to keep you going if needed.  You’ll be out from 12 till 4 so make sure not to go without lunch!

Security

The march organisers have been working closely with the police to make sure the day is safe and enjoyable.  After speaking to them again in the past week the police still feel it’s safe for the march to go ahead as planned, so please do come and join us.

Bring friends

The more people who are there, the louder our voices will be, so please invite your friends, family and colleagues to join you at the biggest climate march the UK has ever seen. Help show global leaders at the Paris climate talks that the world is watching.  Share on Twitter and Facebook?

Volunteer
Would you like to help make the march happen? Find out how you can contribute.

 

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