Spring-2017-hiltonHilton London Tower Bridge, 5 More London Place, Tooley Street, London, SE1 2BY

Our Spring Conference has moved south of the river to the visionary business development that is More London. Set against the backdrop of one of the capital’s most renowned historical landmarks, our conference venue, Hilton London Tower Bridge is on the doorstep of the city’s financial and shopping districts. It's located in a prime sightseeing position, near to many of London’s top tourist attractions. This, combined with fantastic dining, stylish rooms and first-class business and leisure facilities, means Hilton London Tower Bridge has everything we need for an unforgettable conference in London.

Tube: London Bridge

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Cutty-SarkCutty Sark, King William Walk, London SE10 9HT

Cutty Sark was one of the most beautiful tea clippers of her day. Built in 1869, the ship has been in Greenwich since 1954, situated in a dry dock at the river's edge in the heart of Greenwich. There is no better way for us to enjoy our Thursday Gala Dinner than on this amazing ship.

The Cutty Sark was the fastest ship of her day and made many voyages across the seas. The Cutty Sark's name is Scottish for 'short shirt', a shift worn by Nannie, the bewitching heroine of Robert Burns' poem 'Tam O' Shanter'. Nannie is also the ship's figurehead. The period between the early 19th century and mid 20th century was an exciting time for sea travel. As one of the most famous reminders of this glorious past, the Cutty Sark attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. The Cutty Sark is part of the historic Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. She has been in dry dock in Greenwich since 1954 and has recently undergone a complete conservation process. The ship was re-opened to the public by the Queen on 25 April 2012.

Train: Cutty Sark DLR/ Greenwich National Rail

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Balls Brothers, 22 Hay's Galleria, Tooley Street, SE1 2HD


A stones thow from our conference venue is the beautiful Hay's Galleria at Hay's Wharf. And situated in front of the area's focal point, David Kemp's magnificent 60ft kinetic sculpture, is Balls Brothers, where we will be enjoying our first evening of networking and drinks. 

Built in the 1850s, Hay's Wharf took deliveries from ships from all over the world and the area became known as the 'Larder of London'. The Hay's Wharf complex has been restored to its former glory and those who visit the Galleria today stand on the same spot where the tea clippers from India and China edged their way into the dock 150 years ago.

Founded in 1860 as a wine merchant and shipper of ports and sherries, Balls Brothers itself is one of London’s pre-eminent wine emporiums for more than 150 years and purveyors of fine wine, exquisite spirits and classic British food.

Tube: London Bridge

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