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Travel and Accommodation

Travel


 

The Clinical Pharmacy Congress is held at the ExCeL London, Hall N7 on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th of May 2017. ExCeL is located 10 minutes from Canary Wharf, in the heart of London's Royal Docks. There is easy access to the venue via road, rail and air.

Rail & Tube

The Jubilee Line is recommended as the quickest route towards ExCeL and ICC London from Central London. Alight at Canning Town to change onto the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) bound for Beckton, getting off at Prince Regent station. (use stairs, escalators or lift up to the DLR platform). DLR trains toward the venue normally depart from platform 3. ExCeL London and ICC London are located in zone 3. London Underground tickets are valid on the DLR.

Road

When driving to ExCeL London follow signs for Royal Docks, City Airport and ExCeL. There is easy access from the M25, M11, A406 and A13. For Sat Nav purposes, we recommend using postcode - E16 1DR. ExCeL London offers on-site car parking for 3,700 cars.

Air

Getting from the London Airports to ExCeL 

London City Airport

Average journey time by public transport: 15 mins

Depart London City Airport, taking the DLR west towards Canning Town.
Change at Canning Town, heading east on the DLR towards Beckton.
Arrive Prince Regent for ExCeL (East).

Gatwick Airport

Average journey time by public transport: 1 hour

Depart Gatwick train station, heading towards London Victoria on the Gatwick Express or Southern Trains. From Victoria, head east on the Circle (yellow) or District (green) line.
Change at Westminster, heading east on the Jubilee line (grey).
Change at Canning Town, heading east on the DLR towards Beckton.
Arrive Prince Regent for ExCeL (East).

Heathrow Airport

Average journey time by public transport: 1 hour 30 mins

Depart Heathrow Airport on the Heathrow Express, heading to London Paddington
From Paddington, head east on the Bakerloo line (brown)
Change at Baker Street, heading south on the Jubilee Line (grey)
Change at Canning Town, heading east on the DLR towards Beckton
Arrive Prince Regent for ExCeL (East)

Stansted Airport

Average journey time by public transport: 1 hour 10 mins

Depart Stansted, heading to London Liverpool Street on the Stansted Express.
From Liverpool Street, head west on the Central Line (red).
Change at Bank for the DLR towards Beckton.
Arrive Prince Regent for ExCeL East

Accommodation

ExCeL London has seven on-site hotels, ranging from budget to luxury, offering 1,600 rooms between them. You'll also find a further 10,000 rooms within 20 minutes of the venue.

To aid our visitors arriving from further afield we have partnered with Event Express to offer an easy portal which compares hotels conveniently located. Click on the link to easily compare accommodation options and find the best option for you - www.eventexpressuk.co.uk/clinical-pharmacy-congress-2018 

WARNING: HOTEL BOOKING SCAM

It has come to our attention that there is a scam operating around hotel accommodation bookings for The Clinical Pharmacy Congress at the London ExCeL in May.

Company calling itself CONVENTION EXPO TRAVEL and GLOBAL TRAVEL ASSOCIATION have been approaching exhibiting companies at the show purporting to be the official hotel booking agency for the show and taking credit card details and bookings without making any such bookings with the hotels concerned.

We have discovered from fellow exhibition organising companies, that other trade shows’ exhibitors have also been approached in similar fashion.

We would advise you if you are contacted by CONVENTION EXPO TRAVEL or GLOBAL TRAVEL ASSOCIATION, do NOT under any circumstances make a booking with them or give any credit card details.

Why Attend

The Clinical Pharmacy Congress is the largest gathering for the clinical pharmacy profession held in the UK. If you work in, or have an interest with clinical pharmacy - you need to be there!

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Why Exhibit

As everyone knows, nothing gets on to the formulary these days without the signature of the pharmacist. And if you want to sell equipment or technologies into a hospital dispensary – you will need to convince the pharmacists before going through the procurement process.

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