Andrew Bowman wrote:
> From: "Nathan Torkington" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > Timing in London is hard, because there aren't very many hotels
> > capable of supporting such an event. It's quite amazing to us, in
> > fact, how difficult it has been to find a place to hold it in London.
> What sort of numbers are we talking about then?
> If you're prepared to consider locations a little out of central London
> there are lots of large hotels around Heathrow that have sizeable conference
> type facilities (also handy for the airport!).
What about Brighton ;-)
More Bars / cafe's / resturants than you can shake a stick at ...
> There are also a number of large and large-ish venues in London offering a
> variety of halls and facilities, e.g. Earls Court, Olympia, Wembley
> Conference Centre, The Business Design Centre in Islington, The Royal
> Horticultural Halls, Queen Elizabeth Conference Hall, Church House (or
> whatever it's called) etc. etc.
>  Possibly closed just now for redevelopment.