Venue and Travel Information

About the venueResource for London outside

Venue Address: Resource for London, 356 Holloway Rd, London, N7 6PA
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Resource for London is a not-for-profit venue situated in a beautiful converted former department store in north London. All proceeds are used to benefit the voluntary sector in London, with a particular focus on organisations helping to alleviate poverty. As a registered charity owned by Trust for London, any profits made by Resource for London are used to tackle poverty and inequality in London. Resource for London is fully DDA compliant and accessible. If you have any specific questions, please do contact us.

More information is available on their website.

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Getting to Resource for London

By underground

The nearest underground station is Holloway Road station on the Piccadilly line. Once you have arrived, turn left out of the station and walk up Holloway Road for 5 minutes. Resource for London is on the opposite side of the road and can be reached by using the pedestrian crossing.

By bus

Buses 4, 17, 29, 43, 153, 253, 259, 271, 279 and X43 stop within a short walk of Resource for London. Also there are mobility buses available in the area, these are numbered 920, 921, 923 and 927.


Travel and Health Advice

If you are planning travel to OER22 from outside of the UK, please keep informed about latest travel and health advice relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19).


Getting to London

London has excellent travel links both nationally and internationally.

By Rail

The fastest city-centre-to-city-centre journeys to London are:

  • Bristol: one hour and 45 minutes (via First Great Western)
  • Cardiff: two hours (via First Great Western)
  • Birmingham: one hour and 30 minutes (via Avanti West Coast)
  • Manchester: two hours and 10 minutes (via Avanti West Coast)
  • York: one hour and 50 minutes (via East Coast Main Line)
  • Newcastle: two hours and 50 minutes (via East Coast Main Line)
  • Edinburgh: four hours and 30 minutess (via East Coast Main Line)
  • Glasgow: five hours (via Avanti West Coast)
  • Leicester: one hour and 25 minutes (via Midland Mainline)
  • Nottingham: one hour and 30 minutes (via Midland Mainline)
  • Derby: two hours (via Midland Mainline)
  • Sheffield: two hours and 30 minutes (via Midland Mainline)

These are the major mainline train stations you can expect to travel from and to in London:

By Aeroplane

Stansted Airport is the main hub for budget airlines into London. Budget flights also operate out of Gatwick AirportLuton Aiport and London Southend Airport. Check the London Airports section of to learn more about Heathrow Airport and City Airport.

Some of the larger airlines, such as British Airways, offer great deals on flights into London, including cheap flights to London Heathrow.

Budget airlines flying in and out of London include:

  • easyJet – one of the main budget airlines serving the UK and Europe.
  • Ryanair – this major, low-fare airline flies to the UK, Europe and other popular holiday destinations.
  • Eurowings – a low-cost airline that flies from Stansted Airport and Heathrow Airport to a range of European destinations.
  • WizzAir – the cheap flight airline linking Luton Airport, Gatwick Airport and London Southend Airport to central and eastern Europe.
  • Aer Lingus – cheap airline that flies into London City Airport, Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport from Ireland, Northern Ireland and the US.


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