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CapitalNurse Expo

22 March 2018

09:30 to 16:30

Event Location:

Kia Oval, Surrey County Cricket Club, Kennington Oval, London SE11 5SS

CapitalNurse - Reaching Forward Together is an all-day immersive conference and exhibition ‘expo’ where nurses from all settings can share experiences, exchange best practice and celebrate successes.

Through engaging workshops, panel discussions and masterclasses as well as marketplaces and networking, nurses will hear about the innovative work taking place across London to ensure that we get nursing right for London.

Please see 'Related Documents' for info on workshop sessions, marketplace and masterclasses. 

By Underground

Take the Northern Line to the Oval tube station. The main entrance to the ground is 100 metres on your left on leaving the station. The ground is also a ten minute walk from Vauxhall tube station which is on the Victoria line. For more information on the underground visit www.tfl.gov.uk.

By bus

Route numbers 36, 185 and 436 stop outside the ground and other local services stop around the corner. The following buses set down within a 5-minute walk of the ground: 3, 59, 109, 133, 159, 333. For more information on the buses visit www.tfl.gov.uk.

Trains and bikes

The closest mainline station is Vauxhall station -10 minute walk to the venue

Bike parking is limited however cycles can be parked in the bike racks outside the Hobbs Gate.

All rooms are easily accessible by lift and are wheelchair friendly.

If you require any assistance for the day, please contact us at capitalnurse@hee.nhs.uk.

Tea and coffee will be supplied along with a hot buffet lunch. If you have any food allergies or requirements please contact us at capitlanurse@hee.nhs.uk.

Coat racks will be available. Unfortunately there won’t be space to store foldaway bikes or large suitcases.

Related Content


CapitalNurse is a programme of work being delivered through collective action across London, and it belongs to all nurses in the capital.

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