Sunday early arrivers

The Perseverance 63 Lambs Conduit Street, London, WC1N 3NB. 

For those arriving early on the sunday we will be meeting in the The Perseverance.

The nearest tube stations are “Russel Square” and “Holborn”. It is also walking distance from Kings Cross and Euston railway stations.

The Perseverance is a traditional free of tie public house. Conveniently located at the corners of Great Ormond Street and Lambs Conduit Street. So close to Great Ormond Street Hospital, you can see the Ophthalmology department through the window, and is a firm favourite of the department.

There's always some great beers from local London breweries like Camden and The Kernel, and some from a little further afield like Wooden Hand in Cornwall and Brewdog in Scotland.

They cook all of their food fresh on the premises, using local and seasonal ingredients from nearby markets. NHS discount is available on all food and drink so please remember you NHS ID badge if you would like to take advantage of this.

https://www.theperseverance.co.uk/      Twitter @Perseverancepub

We will be in the first floor private dining room upstairs from 7.00pm.

 

 

Monday evening reception

The Bleeding Heart 14 Ely Place, Holborn, EC1N 6RY

www.bleedingheart.co.uk      Twitter @bleedingheartyd

In 1626, Bleeding Heart Yard was the scene of a gruesome murder of the 17th century society heiress, the beautiful but wayward Lady Elizabeth Hatton, by a spurned lover, alleged to be a noted European ambassador. It is now home to a multi award winning team who operate throughout the yard including a French restaurant and a tavern that dates back to 1746.

Our reception will be held in the 12th century stone medieval Crypt in Ely Place is located underneath one of London’s hidden gems, Saint Etheldreda’s Church which is a beautiful and historic building and is the oldest Roman Catholic Church in England. With its History of Celebration and Celebration of History, the 600 year–old Crypt has been hosting celebrity parties in the heart of London ever since King Henry VIII held his three-day wedding feast there in 1531.

More information will be provided soon for this evening!