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Accessibility at Conference

Getting here

The Brighton Centre and The Grand Hotel are located by Brighton’s seafront. They are easily accessible via public transport and are a short walking distance from Brighton Station, bus stops and taxi ranks.

By Rail

London to Brighton is approximately 1 hour 5 minutes and trains depart from London Victoria. Fast daily train services also offer regular direct connections from around the UK. Brighton Station is approximately 0.8 miles away from the Brighton Centre - 15 minute walk, 9 minute bus ride or 7 minute taxi journey.

Parking

The Brighton Centre does not have its own parking facilities. Russel Road car park (536 spaces) is less than a 5 minute walk away and is pre-bookable or via Pay and Display. It is open to our customers and the general public. There are also many other car parks within walking distance, visit the Brighton & Hove City Council website page for more information.

Accessibility

If you need assistance at the venue, please contact the Information Desk where our stewards will be on hand to help. If you need assistance or information in advance, contact the Conference Office on: [email protected]

Mobility aids

The Liberal Democrats have a limited number of electric scooters available for use around the conference venue – please note that they need to be returned each evening. To request the use of an electric scooter, please contact: [email protected]

Auditorium facilities

The auditorium stage will be accessible. The chair of the session will ensure wheelchair users are called in plenty of time to access the stage. 

  • An induction loop system, which can be linked to hearing aids.
  • Sign language interpretation during all auditorium sessions; a number of seats are reserved for attendees using this service, at the front of the auditorium.
  • Reserved seats at the front of the auditorium for those who would benefit from being closer to the stage due to a visual impairment.

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