Getting to Let's Talk Dementia

Let’s Talk Dementia is taking on Saturday 18th May, 10.30 am – 16.30 pm at the Watershed, 1 Canons Road, Bristol, BS1 5TX. Please arrive at a time that suits you and stay for as long as you would like. 

When you arrive at the Watershed, please take the stairs or the lift to the first floor. There will be a registration desk where you will be checked into the event. There will also be hosts to show you where to go and they can walk you to the different event spaces.  

Getting to the Venue

The Watershed is in the city centre and well served by many buses. We strongly encourage using the bus, walking or cycling if possible. The front entrance is along the cobbled Waterfront, you can also walk along the smooth pavement on Anchor Road behind the building, before turning left on to the waterfront after 2-3 minutes of walking. 

Bike racks are available outside the venue and nearby. 

There are various buses and bus stops on Anchor Road by the Bristol Hippodrome and Broad Quay which overlook the ‘fountains’.  

Scroll down for parking and access needs.

City Centre Map to the Watershed

A map showing the journey from Bristol City Centre to the Watershed.

Millenium Square Car Park map

Approximately a 5-minute walk away from the Watershed is Millenium Square Car Park. It is well signposted from Anchor Road. 

A map showing the journey from Bristol City Centre to the Millennium Square Carpark.

Access drop off point

If you are driving and have access needs, there is a loading bay on Canon’s Road, just off Anchor Road, where you can drop off loved ones - see map below. From the loading bay it is a short walk to the front of the building, where the lift can be used. We suggest going along Anchor Road, before turning right onto the Waterfront to avoid the cobbles Please be aware that the venue is large and walking aids or a wheelchair may be necessary for attendees who can only walk short distances at a time. 

A map showing the journey to the loading bay from Bristol City Centre, then to the Watershed.

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