VENUE: Emmanuel Centre Tufton Street, London SW1P 3DW – please come to the centre first before going to the Houses of Parliament.
COACH: If you are travelling from outside of London your local CAMRA branch may be organising a subsidised coach to travel down together to the lobby, this is a service available to both members and non-members. Use the postcode tool below to find the name of your local branch and contact details, if the local CAMRA branch cannot help you then please contact the Regional Director. You must register on the home page of this website to use this service.
Coach Parking - Pleas
Also use the Region tool to find which CAMRA region you are located in, this will dictate the time you should aim to arrive at Emmanuel Centre and the time you should aim to meet your MP.
|Arrival at Emmanuel Centre||Meet with your MP||Regions|
|11.00-12.00pm||12.30-13.30pm||East Anglia, Central Southern, Wessex and Channel Isles, East Midlands, West Midlands, Merseyside & Cheshire, Greater Manchester|
|12.00-13.00pm||13.30-14.30pm||South West, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, North East, West Pennines, Yorkshire|
|13.00-14.00pm||14.30-15.30pm||Greater London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex|
Important Please contact your local branch, before your regional director.
If you are a CAMRA member please consider and look into the availability of coach travel first but if this is unavailable or you are travelling from a very far distance then a contriubution to invidual travel expenses is available. A contribution of up to a maximum of £50 is available subject to compliance with the Volunteers Expenses Policy – this service is unfortunately not available to non-CAMRA members. Electronic versions of the claim form are available on the members’ area of CAMRA national website. All claims must be supported by a receipt. Expenses can be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, with a hard copy, with the receipt to follow. Read the Travel Arrangements & Expenses Policy in full Download here
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: If you are using public transport then Transport for London’s Journey Planner (http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk/user/XSLT_TRIP_REQUEST2?language=en) can help you plan your route once in London.
London Underground: The closest tube to the Emmanuel Centre is St James’s Park which is on the District nad Circle lines. Westminster station on the District, Circle and Jubilee lines is also very close.
Rail: Victoria, Charing Cross and Waterloo mainline station are about 20 minutes away by foor and have connecting buses.
Bus: Lots of London buses stop in Trafalgar Square and / or Parliament Square which is right opposite the Houses of Parliament.
Car: We highly recommend you do not travel by car – parking is very limited and expensive and you will be subject to the congestion charge.