Pubcon 2009 - London England!

Pubcon London 2009 will take place Saturday afternoon July 4th, 2009.

This will be an old fashioned PubCon with one afternoon spent talking shop in the Pub. Every year is different, and in years past, the event has drawn 300-400 people.


Conference Venue

Located in the heart of London the Cittie of York offers a spectacular location for the Conference.

Behind the nineteenth century facade, at the end of a dim passageway, there's a huge room of church-like proportions. On a gantry above the long bar, stands massive 1000 gallon wine casks.

There are two other bars. One at the front, neat and wood panelled and the location of the sponsor area. The other in the cellar, newly refurbished and brilliant white.

Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors there will be a free bar and a wide range of food available.

Address
Cittie of Yorke (Pub)
22 High Holborn, London
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Location
On High Holborn- a main road going East-West between the City of London and the City of Westminster.

By Tube
3 minutes from Chancery Lane on the Central line. Also reasonably close to Holborn (Central, Piccadilly lines) and Farringdon (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines).

By Bus
Numbers: 8, 25, 242, 501 and 521 past on High Holborn.


Register

Registration is currently open: Register Now!

If you would like info on exhibiting or sponsorship opportunities, use the contact page.


History

This will be the fifth London conference in PubCon history. Visit some of the pics from PubCon's past. We will announce a hotel in early 2009.


Hotel

The suggested hotel for PubCon London conference attendees is Jurys Inn, Islington located near the Angel Tube Station, with another nearby hotel choice being the Hilton London Islington hotel.


With thanks to www.pubs.com and The London Perl Mongers

Review from Professor Harbottle
A place you really must try to see. The main bar is a cavernous mediaeval-style hall with a high vaulted ceiling and everywhere you look there are carved oak panels, ornate metalwork and some of the biggest oak vats you'll ever see above the bar - it's like an elven king's hall out of The Lord Of The Rings.

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