Brexit March: How To Get To And From tomorrows, The Final Say Rally
Everything you need to know about taking part in the demonstration
Tomorrow, the 19th of October will see huge numbers of people take to the streets in London to demand a Final Say referendum, just 12 days before the UK is currently due to leave the European Union on 31 October.
It is the fourth demonstration calling for a people’s vote and is set to attract thousands of participants.
The Independent, in partnership with the People’s Vote organisation, is spearheading the Together for the Final Say march.
Here is everything you need to know about getting to and from the march on the day.
How do I get to the start of the march?
Starting at 12pm, participants have been asked to assemble at Park Lane. For those living outside of London, People’s Vote’s network of local grassroots community campaign groups have organised coaches from all over the UK.
There are currently 173 coaches listed on the website: click here to find your nearest pick-up point.
Coaches will be given various drop off points and marchers will make their way to Park Lane via public transport.
The nearest tube stops to Park Lane are Green Park, which is on the Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee lines; Bond Street, which is on the Jubilee and Central lines; Oxford Circus, which is on the Victoria, Central and Bakerloo lines; Hyde Park Corner on the Piccadilly line; and Lancaster Gate on the Central line.
Various buses also stop nearby: the 79 (running from Alperton near Wembley to Edgeware), 204 (from Wembley to Edgeware) and 294 (from Willesden to Ealing) all stop at Park Lane.
What’s the march route?
The march kicks off from Park Lane, with demonstrators walking alongside Hyde Park before turning left and walking along the top of Green Park.The march turns right onto Saint James’s Street and left onto Pall Mall. Walkers will hang a slight right onto Cockspur Street and march down Whitehall before finishing up in Parliament Square.