Kidney Cancer Support Group Oxford 27-Aug-08

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Kidney Cancer Support Group Oxford - 23-Aug-08 - Press Release

Support From Leading Oncologists

Pictures From the Event Courtesy of the James Whale Fund for Kidney Cancer

All Picture taken by Andy Casey

Pictures Sent in by Neil Haines

Special mention goes to the young lad to the left of the 1st picture, Tom Williams. He was the owner of the loud hailers that were used which was really needed. Good thinking Tom!!

Event Details

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National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

Renal cell carcinoma - appraisal consultation

MidCity Place

71 High Holborn



  • Date: Wednesday 27th August at 12 noon.
  • Venue: High Holborn London
  • Time: 12 noon
  • Travel:
  • Organiser: Contact Jan Stone directly for all details (e.g. travel etc)


By Tube

N.I.C.E. offices at High Holborn can be reached by tube and the nearest stations are Holborn or Chancery Lane for a tube map Click Here

Holborn is on the Piccadilly Line and the Central Line

Chancery Lane is on tthe Central Line

From Mainline Stations

Euston get the Victoria Line to Kings Cross & follow the recipe for Kings Cross

Kings Cross or St Pancras get the Piccadilly line south bound 2 stops to Holborn.

Marylebone get the Bakerloo Line south bound 3 stops and change at Oxford Circus to the Central Line eastbound 2 stops for Holborn or 3 for Chancery Lane.

Paddington get the District or Circle Line 2 stops south bound and change at Notting Hill Gate to the Central Line east bound for 7 stops to Holborn or 8 for Chancery Lane.

St Pancras or Kings Cross get the Piccadilly line south bound 2 stops to Holborn.

Victoria Station get the District OR Circle Line wesbound one stop to South Kensington and change to Piccadilly Line north bound 6 stations to Holborn.

Waterloo get the Northern Line north bound for 4 stops to Tottenham Court Road then change to the Central Line east bound one stop for Holborn 2 stops for Chancery Lane.

Getting Home

By tube or train - Kidney Cancer patients do it backwards with instructions!

Transport On The Day


  • The coach will leave Water Eaton park & ride, Oxford at 9.45 (free parking and loo) located near Kidlington Oxford just off A34 Pear Tree exit. There are still places so please Contact Jan Stone for details.

Watford and surrounding Area

  • Contact Andy Thomas. He has room in his car for up to 4 others (at a push) for those who are unable to get trains.

Transport Wanted

  • Cheshire/North Staffs - 2 people are looking for transport to get down to the event

Meeting Points

Euston Station

  • Helen Casey will be at Euston at 11am on the day to help guide people to the event

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