AUTUMN MEETING: SATURDAY 20 OCTOBER 2018, VICTORY SERVICES CLUB


Autumn Meeting: Provisional plans have been made to hold the meeting at the Victory Services Club on Saturday 20 October 2018.
It is hoped the theme of the talk will Future Plans for St Helena.

Victory Services Club
For any travel recommendations or assistance please contact the Club's porters on

Telephone:   0207 723 4474 extension 6
Website:      porter@vsc.co.uk

Getting There: The local roadmap can be viewed here
By Tube: The nearest underground station is Marble Arch on the Central Line - download London Tube Map
By Bus: Many bus routes pass through the area - download map of bus stops and routes in the locality of the Victory Services Club. 
By Train: The nearest rail station is Paddington, although VSC is easily accessible from all the other ones such as Marylebone, Charing Cross, Victoria, Waterloo, Euston, Farringdon, Moorgate and King’s Cross St Pancras

From Heathrow Airport
By Tube: The quickest tube route is to take the Piccadilly Line to Earls Court, then change and take the District Line to Notting Hill where you can change and take the Central Line to Marble Arch. A route with fewer changes is to take the Piccadilly Line to Holborn, then change and take the Central Line to Marble Arch. 
By Train: Take the Heathrow Express to Paddington which is quicker but more expensive than the Tube. The Club is then a short taxi ride from here. 
By Road: Follow signs onto the M4. Travel eastbound on the M4 to Junction 1 where it becomes the A4. Continue on the A4 until you turn left onto Edgware Road (A5) and then turn left onto Seymour Street.

From Gatwick Airport:
By Train: The quickest route is using the Gatwick Express to Victoria, which is then a short taxi ride to the Club. A cheaper route is on the Southern trains to Victoria.
By Road: Follow signs onto the M23 at Junction 9. Travel northbound on the M23 to Junction 8 where you join the M25. Travel clockwise on the M25 to Junction 4b where you join the M4. Travel eastbound on the M4 to Junction 1 where it becomes the A4. Continue on the A4 until you turn left onto Edgware Road (A5) and then turn left onto Seymour Street.