Jonathan Peterson wrote:
> 
> > > 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!).
> >
> > FWIW, I know my mother has booked some largish meetings outside of
> > London.  Of course, I don't remember offhand how large, or, for that
> > matter, what kind of numbers you're looking at.
> 
> Go to Brighton. It's nicer than London, on the sea, easy to get to from
> Gatwick, and has more pubs per head of population than any other town in
> Britain (I think, or maybe it was more pubs per square mile). It has
> conference facilities for all sizes (although I've no idea how booked up
> they get). And it's 55 minutes from London by train.

47 mins actually - although this time is now theoretical due to the
train problems.

Also brighton has a very / extremely high number of places to eat
(cafe||restaurants).

Only 25 mins from the secound biggest airport in the UK, which is nearer
than London.

Greg

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