Visitors with disabilities are welcome to purchase a concessions ticket and request a free ticket for a carer. Contact details TBC…
Visitors with disabilities will be allowed to come to the front of the queue at other times.
Visitors with invisible illnesses are welcome to request priority entrance or assistance.
Disabled toilets are clearly marked on the maps on signage posters erected on the walls of the venue.
Priority entry is available for visitors with disabilities, mobility scooters, etc on both days.
In each talks room with rows of seating, there will be a couple of seats for visitors with disabilities in the front row of every talks room, and 2 spaces for wheelchairs/mobility scooters made available Anyone who is hard of hearing, or has a disability, and want to sit in the front row, should make themselves known to stewards manning the talks room in question, and priority seating will be arranged.
For some talks, there will be a British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreter available, updates will be posted on this page before the event – further updates to follow…
If you have any requests, concerns, or questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of the event, thanks