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What ticket type am I eligible for?

A list of our current members is available here. If you represent a small charity or community organisation, you can also book a free ticket. We have heavily subsidised tickets for anyone else working in local government or larger charities and trust our esteemed attendees to select the most appropriate ticket type for them.

Is there a limit to the number of member tickets
we can book?

As a member of New Local, you can bring as many colleagues as you would like to. It can be a great way to share the value of community power with colleagues working across your local authority.

How do I get to Guildhall from a London railway terminus?

Euston: Take the Northern Line from Euston to Moorgate. From there it’s a six-minute walk to Guildhall.

Kings Cross/ St Pancras: Take the Northern Line or Hammersmith and City Line to Moorgate.From there it’s a six minute walk to Guildhall.

Paddington: Take the Elizabeth Line to Liverpool Street. From there, it is a ten-minute walk.

Waterloo: Take the Waterloo and City line to Bank. From there, it’s a five-minute walk.

London Bridge: Take the Northern Line to Bank. From there, it’s a five-minute walk.

What are the nearest underground stations to Guildhall?

Liverpool Street
Moorgate
Bank
Cannon Street
Mansion House

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Is there Blue Badge parking near Guildhall?

There are over 200 disabled parking bays in the City of London. A map of these can be found here.

Are there any recommended budget-friendly
hotels nearby?

Although pricing can fluctuate, and there are often good offers on the hotel comparison sites, at the time of launch, the below hotels were offering rooms less than a mile from Guildhall for under £100.

  • Travelodge London Central City Road (12 min walk)
  • Premier Inn London Farringdon (14 min walk)
  • Travelodge London Central Liverpool Street (15 min walk)
  • easyHotel London City Shoreditch (19 min walk)