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festival  accessibility 

Southend LuminoCity is a walking light trail which takes place around Southend High Street and the seafront.

 

Here you will find all access information to enjoy the festival to it's fullest:

  • The complete trail is approx. 1.2 miles. 

  • Access to Southend seafront from the High Street is via Pier Hill, which is unsuitable for wheelchair users due to the steep incline. There are lifts to and from the seafront, which are located at the bottom of the High Street. During the festival they will be open until 10pm.

  • The rest of Southend's High Street and seafront is flat and easily accessible.

  • The festival takes place outside during the day and night, although most installations are viewed at their best after dark. 

  • The streets will be very busy at times. All installations will be on flat accessible surfaces. Stewards will be on hand for any access advice. 

  • Please be aware all installations are illuminated and may include flashing lights. 


Parking 

There are ample Blue Badge parking bays in all town centre car parks - for more information visit Southend Borough Council's website.

For other downloadable maps of Southend and event and attraction information, please visit the Visit Southend get in touch page.
 

Accessible Public Toilets 

For details of accessible public toilets in Southend, including Changing Places toilets and the Radar National Key Scheme visit the Southend Borough Council website.
 

Wheelchair Hire

Wheelchairs are available to hire from Southend Visitor Information Centre. Bookings must be made in advance. Contact vic@southend.gov.uk or call 01702 212534 for further information.


This access statement does not contain personal opinions as to our suitability for those with access needs.