- Annual General Meeting
- 19.11.2010 10.45 h
- Grand Connaught Rooms - London
- Management Meetings
- Grand Connaught Rooms
- 61-65 Great Queen Street
- WC2B 5DA
The building has been the Headquarters of the Freemasons since 1717. Originally, the freemasons would meet in various taverns until, in 1775, the Marquis of Normandy's mansion was demolished and the foundation stone was laid at 61 Great Queen Street.
In 1908 the building was divided and the dining rooms named the Connaught Rooms after the first Duke of Connaught, Grand Master of the Freemasons at that time.
One of London's most famous locations, for much of its existence Covent Garden served as the largest fruit and vegetable market in England. The market used to cover the whole of the square and occupied many of the buildings, but has since been transformed beyond all recognition.
Nearest station: Kings Cross
London Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras International stations are under a thirty minute walk from the venue or a short taxi ride
Kings Cross station is just three stops away on the London Underground's Piccadilly line
Nearest Underground station: Convent Garden
Convent Garden Underground station (Piccadilly line) is a short walk from the venue. The Piccadilly line connects Kings Cross station with London Heathrow Airport. Heathrow airport is approximately 40 minutes by tube from Covent Garden
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