Below are suggested transport options – you have to pay before boarding buses in central London (Zone 1).
The PSC AGM will be at the London Irish Centre,
50-52 Camden Square, London, NW1 9XB
You can use Transport for London’s Journey Planner to plan your travel: http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk
or phone 0843 222 1234
From Euston station: Take a 253 bus towards Hackney Central and get off at the Murray St/Rochester Road stop (this should take about 14 minutes on the bus). Turn into Murray Street, which leads to Camden Square. We’re about two minutes up on the left-corner at numbers 50-52. You’ll see an Irish flag above the door.
From King’s Cross/St. Pancras: Walk from Kings Cross/St Pancras towards Euston Station, which is 5 minutes up Euston Road, take a 253 from there, and follow directions from Euston station. Alternatively, you can take a 46 bus from Kings Cross/St Pancras towards Lancaster Gate, and get off at the Camden Road stop (this should take about 19 minutes on the bus). Walk towards Camden Road underground station, and then follow directions from Camden Road station (below).
From Paddington: Take a 27 bus towards Chalk Farm, and get off at Camden Town tube. It is then a 10 minute walk up Camden Road. You’ll walk past a Sainsbury’s on your left, then past Camden Road overground station, and then follow directions from Camden Road station to the venue.
From Victoria: Take the Victoria Line and get off at Euston (and follow directions above from Euston)
From Liverpool Street: If your train stops at Stratford, you can get off there and then take an Overground train to Camden Road station. Otherwise, take the Metropolitan or Circle line to Euston Square, and walk for 2 minutes to Euston station.
From Camden Road station (Overground)It’s a 5 minute walk. Exit the station onto Camden Road, and you will see a Carpet store on your left.Walk up Camden Road, and turn right onto Murray Street, which leads to Camden Square.
Buses 29, 253, 274 all stop within a two minute walk.
ParkingMetered parking is available directly outside the London Irish Centre. It is free all day Saturday, and the venue is outside the congestion charging zones.