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Voluntary Action Islington, 200a Pentonville Road, Kings Cross, London, N1 9JP
Exit Kings Cross tube/BR and look for McDonald's which is on the far side of York Way. You are now on Pentonville Road and you continue walking down for three minutes to the intersection with Killick Street. On that intersection is a large bicycle shop. The entrance to VAI is about 20 yards after Killick Street, opposite Caledonia House on the other side of Pentonville Road.
From Angel tube, turn left and then right at the first intersection and you're on Pentonville Road. Keep walking up to Calshot Street. Past Nido (which is a block of student flats) and VAI is in the middle of that building on the right. If you get to the bicycle shop at Killick Street, walk back 20 yards.
The Kingsley Thistle Hotel, 36-37 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2SD
From Holborn tube station, the Kingsley (Thistle Hotel) is a six-minute walk. Exit Holborn station and cross the main road heading towards Sainsbury's on the corner of High Holborn. Then immediately cross the road to the corner where you'll find Metro Bank and head towards Eat which is on the corner of Southampton Place. Turn right up Southampton Place and walk 100 yards to Bloomsbury Square. Turn left onto Bloomsbury Square and the Kingsley Hotel is one hundred yards down on the other side of the road (opposite Cycle Republic).
From Tottenham Court Road tube station, take exit 1 and you'll emerge facing the Dominion Theatre which is diagonal across the road. Take the New Oxford Street exit and walk 400 yards down. At the fork in the road, turn left onto Bloomsbury Way. The Kingsley Thistle is 100 yards down on the left (opposite Cycle Republic).
Bloomsbury House, 2-3 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2RL
Bloomsbury House is a listed building built originally to house the College of Preceptors. The impressive Grade I building was listed in 1976 and was sympathetically restored in 2007. The interior was transformed into one of London's best-kept secrets. The rather grand building was erected in 1887, designed in a sort of Flemish Renaissance style by one F. Pinches. You are assured of a quality event at this venue.
This marvellous venue is a four-minute walk from Holborn station and overlooks Bloomsbury Square. Exit Holborn tube station and cross the main road heading towards Sainsbury's on the corner of High Holborn. Then immediately cross the road to the corner where you'll find Metro Bank and head towards Eat which is on the corner of Southampton Place. Turn right up Southampton Place and walk 100 yards to Bloomsbury Square. Turn left onto Bloomsbury Square and Bloomsbury House is thirty yards on the left. It has a large stone facade with terracotta trimming. It also has a distinctive arched doorway (and usually has large blue sail-like flags) and is easily seen from Bloomsbury Square (pictured from the gardens) itself.
Bloomsbury House is also just a 12-minute walk from Euston and Kings Cross stations.