Please see below for location details for the Post-18 DIGITAL KNOWHOW Conference taking place in London UK on Friday 21 June 2013, organised by CLICK-RECRUIT-ENROL.
Central Hall Westminster
Central Hall’s Tel: +44 (0)20 7222 8010
Central Hall’s Website: www.c-h-w.com
For a location map please see: www.c-h-w.com/location
Central Hall Westminster is a central London conference and entertainment venue on Storey’s Gate, next door to the QE II Conference Centre and across the road from Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament. (Central Hall is also a Methodist Church, opened in 1912 as a monument to mark the centenary of John Wesley’s death.)
Central Hall Westminster is easy to reach by public transport, train, car or plane.
Please click on the relevant link for:
> ARRIVING BY UNDERGROUND
Central Hall Westminster is just 5-10 minute walk from Westminster Underground Station, served by the Jubilee, Circle and District lines.
You can also walk from St James’ Park Underground Station (5-10 minutes, served by the Circle and District lines) and Victoria Station (15-20 minutes, served by the Victoria, Circle and District lines).
> ARRIVING BY MAINLINE RAILWAY (VIA UNDERGROUND, WALKING OR TAXI)
Westminster Underground Station is less than 30 minutes travel time from all London mainline railway stations. (Estimated travel time by Underground: 10-15 minutes from Charing Cross, London Bridge, Victoria and Waterloo stations; 25 minutes from Euston, Kings Cross, Liverpool Street and Paddington stations.)
You can walk to Central Hall (or use the Underground) from Victoria Railway Station (15-20 minutes walk), Charing Cross Railway Station (15-20 minutes walk) and Waterloo Railway Station (20-25 minutes walk).
To plan your mainline railway journey see: www.nationalrail.co.uk
> ARRIVING BY BUS
Buses passing the door include: 11, 24, 148 and 211.
Buses stopping within a few minutes walk include: 3, 12, 53, 53X, 87, 88, 109, 159 and 453.
> ARRIVING BY CAR
It is possible to arrive by car and park in the area but parking is expensive and congestion charges apply (see: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/roadusers/congestioncharging/default.aspx).
Public car parks operate in Abingdon Street, Horseferry Road, Rochester Row and Semley Place.
There is also parking adjacent to the building on Tothill Street and Matthew Parker Street.
> ARRIVING BY TAXI
London’s black taxi cabs have a light on the front displaying the word ‘TAXI’ and can be hailed in the street.
Taxis can also be booked (see: http://www.tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround/taxisandminicabs/taxis/1136.aspx).
Travelling by taxi can be expensive and may be slow depending on the level of congestion (especially slow during commuter hours).
> ARRIVING BY PLANE
London has 5 airports within reasonable travel time of London by train, underground or car (please check the journey times to London for your preferred airport and method of travel):
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DIGITAL KNOWHOW is an unmissable one-day learning and networking event in London UK, organised by CLICK-RECRUIT-ENROL, a trading name for OMTAC Ltd.