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Alternatively, the 38 bus - a “kneeling” Routemaster - stops next to Round Chapel and comes from Victoria, via Angel, Oxford St and Green Park.Accessibility: Its a very accessible venue with two ramps on the side entrances, there will be changing rooms (for trans people or other needs), BSL interpreters for both stage(s), gender neutral toilets, accessible mobiloo branded toilets, and a calming sensory space.There will be two stages, an Entertainment stage with live music and cabaret, and an "I Am Proud" stage with keynote talks by guest speakers and panel discussions throughout the day (John'll be on one about community starting ).

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We have our own stall there for London Bi Meetup (see the Community Village area), with stuff for sale - planning for more of our unique bi umbrellas (the first batch sold out back at Pride in London); please volunteer to help look after it for an hour or two during the day (especially 5.30 to 6.30 when John is on a panel about community and groups,events). invite=&err=29&referrer=londonbi Travel: The Round chapel is a 10 minute walk from Hackney Central, 12 minutes from Hackney Downs and 15 minutes from Homerton.ALWAYS many new faces at every meet alongside the regulars.We also post regular community events run by other London bi groups (events titled with "[other group]") to publicise them, or for relevant external events (Bi Con, Pride etc.), and as a member you can suggest your own event ideas for us or tell us of relevant events we should check out (but don't spam us/promote commercial media events without checking with organisers first). If you have a commercial event to advertise - talk to me first (organiser John), spam will not be tolerated - we'll block & remove everything asap.If you love us and stay - we're free (I pay the meetup fees out of my own pocket), but happy to accept donations at our ko-fi (https://ko-fi.com/londonbimeetup) page. Some members have star(s) '★' or black mark '∎' under their name (in their title), this is to celebrate our best contributing members (stars for members who've run great events/already an activist/been a long-term reliable and frequent attendee, 2 for organisers past/present); or to hint (with a black (square) mark) that a failure to respect the group - eg.not turning up for a ticketed event without letting us know or apologies, and shouldn't be relied on as much.

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