The dogs are back. Barking louder!
On Saturday 20th October we will have a special Wooferendum column
to bring up the rear of the Peoples Vote March
Join us.

 

The first Wooferendum March was amazing - we made history and the event was reported around the globe!

And on Saturday 20th October the Wooferendum will be back - with a special column of dogs bringing up the rear of the march, to support the humans. Lord knows they need the dogs!

Where and when to meet:

  1. Meet at 11:30am at Speakers Corner, Marble Arch London W2 2EU (love the postcode!). It’s just on the corner of Hyde Park, of course.

  2. If you can, please donate to the Wooferendum Crowdfunder campaign to help us fund and promote the march.

  3. Spread the word!

WHAt’s happening

We are going to be barking out to protect the Pet Passport scheme. This allows pets and their owners to travel together between the UK and Europe. Now it’s under threat from a no-deal Brexit.
We could see the return of 4-month applications to take your dog on holiday, and the dreaded quarantine system. Cruel, unnecessary and caused by Brexit.

WHAt’s to bring

Bring your Pet Passports, get dressed up (dogs especially) and bring your wonderful, creative placards.

#WALKIESNOTPORKIES

The route of the People’s Vote march will take us down Park Lane, along Piccadilly and then Pall Mall, down Whitehall to Parliament Square.

 

STAtions closest to the Marble march

  • Marble Arch

  • Bond street

  • lancaster gate

  • Baker Street

  • Oxford circus

  • Hyde park corner

Please note: All dogs must be carried on escalators, for their own safety (fur can get caught in the escalator). If you’ve got a larger dog that you can’t carry, you need to choose stations where you can take the stairs or a lift (see table, below).


Coming into cEnTRAL London With Dogs by Train

Dogs can come by train free of charge, as long as they are on a lead (and travelling with their owner, not by themselves!). Here is the guidance page from Network Rail about transporting pets by train.

Dogs On BUSES

You can take your dog on buses free of charge, unless there is a good reason for the driver to refuse it. Dogs must be on a lead and are not allowed on seats. Dogs are not allowed to take turns at driving the bus, although some do ask.

Please click this link below, it takes you to our important ‘Need to Knows’ page:

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE
BRINGING YOUR DOG TO THE WOOFERENDUM MARCH

WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON 20TH OCTOBER!