The route goes from Victoria embankment, around Portcullis House, in front of the Houses of Parliament and finishes next to Dean Stanley street.
There will be a large team of 250 stewards to ensure the day runs smoothly as well as representatives from disabled people’s organisations and charities involved with the day.To ensure we know what levels of support we need to provide please register your details. Following registration you will receive regular updates and all the information you will need for the day.
The march will begin at the Embankment by Horseguards Avenue. We will ask everyone to assemble at this point at 11.30am. The march will then begin at 12.30pm.
Yes of course. You can write to your MP and meet with him locally. MPs usually hold surgeries and meet with constituents on the Friday or the Saturday. A template letter is available at hardesthit.org.uk You can also show your support for the campaign by sending a message along with a photo or short film of yourself about the importance of disability benefits to firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessible toilets will be available on the day.
Westminster is the closest Underground station to offer step free access from Pavement to Tube Platform.
There will be a spending area close to the start of the march - ask a steward to direct you. Guide Dogs are encouraging all of their supporters to meet there at 11.15am.
There will be a drop off and pick off points for coaches and minibuses at Methodist Central Hall and on Victoria Embankment. Additional parking spaces will be arranged. Please check back to ukdpc.net or hardesthit.org.uk for more details.
If you are member or a service user of a charity or organisation involved with the march please contact your representative in that organisation for additional support needs. They will be able to let you know if they can meet you at a train station, or cover any expenses. Email at email@example.com for further information.
Yes, but please check the weather forecast before you set off and bring with you the appropriate clothing.
The march will take an hour. It will begin at the Embankment by Horseguards Avenue and take in Victoria Embankment , Bridge Street, Parliament Square, Millbank and finish in Dean Stanley Street. A map of the route will be available shortly.
Please bring your own lunch and refreshments for the day.
The day is divided into three parts, the march in the morning, meeting with MPs in Westminster Hall and a rally in the afternoon at Methodist Central Hall. It is up to you which elements of the day you wish to attend. On your registration form please tell us which bits you will be attending.
It is up to you, which part of the day you attend, but please let us know through the sign up form.There are limited spaces for the rally at Methodist Central Hall, and places will be allocated through the sign up form.
We have prepared a poster that can be downloaded as a PDF.
If you have any problems using this sign up form, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for alternative methods of signing up.