The first annual Movement Builders Community Gathering will be taking place on Saturday 31st August in London, at the Waterloo Action Centre in London. The day will be made up of workshops, discussions and games, and will be an opportunity to meet and mix with up to 180 of our badass Movement Builders alumni from across the country (and a couple of global ones too!).
We’ll be thinking about how to apply some of the juicy Movement Builders concepts IRL, and planning some national actions around key battleground issues. Get your ticket today!
If you would like travel or accommodation support to attend the event, email email@example.com and we can sort out how we can support you. Also get in touch if you would like to be involved in planning the event.
- The venue is wheelchair accessible and has a wheelchair accessible toilet all on one level.
- Gender neutral toilets will be available.
- Food available will have vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Please let us know if you have additional dietary requirements.
- If you would like or need to bring your children to the space, or would need to book childcare to attend, let us know: we can support either with childcare costs or possibly by having a childcare space. Let us know what you would need!
- We want to do all we can to make sure everyone can get as much from this event as they want, so if your access requirements are not met by the above, or you have any questions, please let us know and we will do our best to provide what you need.
How to get to the venue
- By train/Underground
- Waterloo train and Underground station is nearby.
- Waterloo is on the Northern, Bakerloo, Wateroo and City, and Jubilee lines.
- Accessibility: exits 2 (Waterloo Road) and 3 (Station Approach) are step-free. Exits 4, 5 (Victory Arch) and 6 (South Bank) have steps. Use exit 3 (Station Approach) for York Road, South Bank and bus stops on Tenison Way.
There is level access throughout the station.
Tube – there is step-free access to / from the Jubilee line.
- Waterloo East rail station is also nearby.
- Accessibility: step free access to Waterloo East is only through use of lift at Waterloo Main. Ramps access to the platforms is steep. There is an entrance from Southwark underground station but this involves either steps or an escalator. There is also a step only access available from the Sandall Street entrance onto the overbridge connection between Waterloo East and Waterloo main stations.
- By bus
- By car
- The venue does not have its own parking, but there are several car parks nearby. If you need to drive for access reasons, we will cover your parking costs so please do let us know.