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The Kia Oval

Introduction
The Kia Oval has been the home of Surrey County Cricket Club since 1845.

Now in its 175th year, The Kia Oval can truly be called one of the best conference venues in London.

We’ll be hosting you in the amazing Ashes Suite, named after the famous and ancient Cricket series between England and Australia.

Located on the first floor of the JM Finn Stand, it has a wall of windows overlooking the pitch and the room features an abundance of natural daylight and is adjacent to multiple other spaces, bringing many areas for networking and our breakout session.

How to Get There

If you plan on driving to the venue, please contact us asap in order to reserve a parking bay. These are strictly on a first come first served basis.

Address:

Kennington Oval, London SE11 5SS

Vauxhall Station

When leaving the station walk through the tunnel towards Kennington. Cross at the traffic lights and walk down Harleyford Road to your right. As you walk down the road you will see the Kia Oval on your left and The Alec Stewart Gate is situated on the corner.

Oval Station

Take the Northern line to Oval underground station.
Turn left out of the station and cross at the traffic lights. Continue walking left down Harleyford Road and the Oval is on your right hand side. The Alec Stewart Gate is situated on the far side of the grounds so please continue to walk round the ground. The gate will be on your right.

Busses from Vauxhall Station to the Alec Stuart Gate are:

2, 36, 77, 87, 88, 156, 196, 185, 344, 360, 436

 

Buses from Oval Station to the Alec Stuart Gate are:

36, 155, 185, 333, 436

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Access

Changing Places Facility

For those who need extra equipment and space to allow them to use the toilets safely and comfortably we have a Changing Places facility located on the 1st floor of the JM Finn stand.

 

Deaf or Hard of Hearing Guests

Induction loops can be temporarily installed in all rooms free of charge at the prior request of the event organiser; induction loops are also installed at all receptions and security areas which can be access by switching a hearing aid to M or T.

 

Those with Ambulant disabilities

Conference parking for Blue badge holders is available, please contact us to book this in.

Accessible toilet facilities are available throughout the ground with the majority requiring a RADAR key. If you are not in possession of such a key then contact the nearest reception who will source one for you immediately.

Emergency cords are situated in all accessible toilets.

 

Additional Information

95% of all internal areas are wheelchair friendly

Should you have any queries regarding access then please contact the Accessibility Liaison Officer, Theresa Peters, on tpeters@surreycricket.com for further information.