The People's Vote March for the Future on 20th October offers the opportunity to send a clear message to the politicians in Westminster and here in Lincolnshire that we, the people want a People's Vote on the final Brexit deal.
In June over 100,000 marched in London, and helped to push the campaign into the public domain. This time we want to help make that number even bigger.
We are pleased to announce that the Lincolnshire branch of the European Movement has secured a 63 seat coach to take supporters of the People's Vote campaign from Lincoln to London to take part in what looks like being one of the largest marches London has seen for a long while.
|7.00||Depart Lincoln||Unity Square, Lincoln, LN2 5AW|
|11.00||Arrive London||Wembley Stadium Coach Park - Details of the public transport links to Green Park Tube Station can be found on the Transport for London Website here|
|12.00||Assemble on Park Lane||Details of the march arrangements can be found here - the assembly point for supporters from Lincolnshire will be confirmed in due course.|
|14.00||Parliament Square||March will arrive to hear speeches in support of a Peoples vote.|
|15.30||Central London||After the end of the speeches you will have a few hours of free time in London.|
|19.00||Depart London||Departure from Wembley Stadium Coach Park. Please ensure that you arrive in good time.|
|23.00||Arrive Lincoln||Unity Square, Lincoln, LN2 5AW|
Further updates and any changes to the arrangements will be added here.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Lincolnshire European Movement are providing return transport from Lincoln to London on the 20 October 2018 only. We are not in any way responsible for the People's Vote March for the Future, and the transport will go ahead in all circumstances, even if the event is cancelled. Tickets are non refundable, with the following exceptions:
Lincolnshire European Movement cancels the transport.
The event is cancelled and the coach company agrees to refund us all the money (partial refunds will be issued if we receive partial refunds).
If you are unable to travel, and we have sold all other tickets, we will try to sell yours, and if we do, we will refund you.
The times given for departure are DEPARTURE TIMES. We recommend you arrive at least 15 minutes earlier. WE CANNOT wait and we will leave without you if you are not there.
Are there minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No, this event is family friendly, and we encourage children to attend, but please note it is a long day, so may not be suitable for very young children.
What are my parking options?
The nearest all day parking is at the multi storey car park on Broadgate.
What can I bring into the event?
We advise you bring food and water for the day as there may not be much time to buy food at least until the march is over. Other than that, flags, placards, whistles, etc.
What's the refund policy?
The coach tickets are non refundable. The only exception will be if all tickets have sold and we are able to sell your ticket to someone else.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. We will have lists of those who booked, but please, please bring your tickets to save everyone time. You can show us your ticket on your phone app as an alternative.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferable?
Yes, but please see our Refund Policy, AND let us know in advance who will be travelling in your place so we can do a transfer and issue your ticket to the new attendee.
Are there any other pickups from Lincolnshire?
If there is sufficient demand, we will explore the options with the coach company, but we cannot guarantee that any other pickups unless there is a sustainable level of interest. If any of you would like to arrange a minibus or small coach, please contact us.
I can't attend, how can I show my support?
In order to keep the ticket price as low as possible, we hope that if you really can't attend that you will make a donation to cover the ticket handling fees included in the overall price. Any surplus will firstly go towards a new branch banner for the march and future events with any further surplus being ploughed back into the branch for ongoing campaigning in Lincolnshire.