Climate Change March in Central London

12:30pm Sunday 29th Nov 2015

And here are the details for those of you planning to come Climate Change March in Central London on November 29th, it assembles on Park Lane from midday and the front of the march, which is expected to be huge, leaves from Hyde Park Corner around 1pm. It will finish at Millbank beside Parliament. You can march as an individual or you can join the ‘Aviation Block’ where people who are opposed to runways will march together. Friends of the Earth have 100 ‘No New Runways’ placards that they’ll be bringing along, and you’re more than welcome to take as many of them as you like. FOE will be assembling at point B on the map below, Park Lane (nr Hyde Park Corner tube), from 12 noon . The Aviation Block will march just behind the Cut Transport Emissions Bloc, which is forming up at Point A.

From Hyde Park Corner tube - up Park Lane - towards Marble Arch
Blocs on the march – marching orderMarch Assembly Location

To be spread throughout march:
6 carnival groups
2 samba bands
DJ truck
Front of the march:
Frontlines of Crisis, Forefront of Change
(banner: The People’s March for Climate, Justice & Jobs – 8m x 1m)

Climate (Blocks A to D):
Avaaz Bloc A
Community Energy Bloc A
Cut Transport Emissions Bloc A
Aviation Block
Friends Of the Earth Bloc B

For The Love Of / TCC Bloc B
Greenpeace Bloc B
Fossil Free Bloc C
Frack Free Bloc C
Green Party Bloc C
Health & climate C
Time to Act Bloc C
Transition Bloc D
Vegans Bloc D
Zero Carbon Bloc D
38 Degrees D

Justice (E to G):

Restless Development E
Save the Children E
ActionAid E
Fuel Poverty Bloc
Fuel Poverty Action F
Maybe other orgs joining from Energy Bill Revolution F
No War No Warming
CAAT G
CND G
Stop the War Coalition G
Universal Peace Federation G
System Change Not Climate Change Bloc
Global Justice Now G
Reclaim the Power G
This Changes Everything? G
Jobs (H to J):
Anti-austerity Bloc
People’s Assembly Against Austerity H
Climate Jobs bloc
FBU I
PCS I
Prospect I
TUCI
UNISON I
Unite I
+ samba band being brought by PCSI
Labour blocs
SERA J
Labour Party J
People’s Momentum J
Left Unity J
Liberal Democrats J
New Economics Foundation J
ShareAction J
Bike Bloc – at close
CTCK
London Cycling Campaign groups L