Captioning is available for the duration of the podcast recording session (12pm-5pm).
This venue is on street-level and there is flat access. The entranceway has a lip, but there is a temporary ramped entrance into the space for anyone who needs it.
A temporary accessible toilet is available on the street directly outside the venue for anyone who needs to use it. The closest changing places toilet is in Lloyd Park. The toilet inside the venue is reached via a flight of stairs.
Buses 34, 97, 215, 275 and 357 run to Jewel Road bus stop (100 yds).
Walthamstow Central (Victoria Line and London Overground) is 0.5 miles away (11 minute walk).
On Sunday 24 November, the Liberty shuttle bus will stop at Walthamstow Trades Hall, which is 236 ft away (click here to find out more). Note there is a steep slope to reach this drop off point.
Please note, a planned procession through Walthamstow (International Muslim Procession) may cause some delays along Hoe Street and Forest Road on Sunday 24 November between 2pm and 4pm. Rolling bus diversions may be in place for a short period. Keep an eye on our twitter feed for live updates: twitter.com/wfculture19
A number of blue badge parking spaces will be available at Waltham Forest Town Hall Car Park on Sunday 24 November, next to Sycamore House.
Once parked, visitors can take the Liberty shuttle bus to Walthamstow Trades Hall. The bus will depart from the car park from 10am until 7pm.
There are a number of Controlled Parking Zones available around Walthamstow, which blue badge holders are able to use. Badge and clock must be displayed correctly.