8th October 2019
Free for all primary care and community nurses, Nursing in Practice has over 15 years’ precedence in providing high-quality CPD and professional development to nursing staff. Secure your free place now to benefit from:
- CPD to contribute towards your portfolio and support revalidation
- Conference sessions covering NICE guidance updates, clinical workshops, keynote speakers and more
- Varied exhibition featuring key companies, associations, charities and recruiters
- The chance to listen to industry experts and gain knowledge that can help you better support your patients
- Invaluable networking opportunity with hundreds of like-minded colleagues
- A free lunch
- Downloadable certificate of attendance and some presentations
How to get there
A number of train companies serve Sheffield station, including East Midlands Trains, offering trains to/from Chesterfield, Derby, Leicester and London. Visit trains to and from Sheffield for more information or find out about Sheffield Train Station.
Please note: If you are using a sat nav please ensure your final destination is the City Hall on Barkers Pool which is off Holly Street.
Exit the M1 at Junction 33 and take the “Sheffield A630” exit and follow signs to Sheffield City Centre. The A630 merges into the A57 and continue into the City Centre. When you see Matalan on your left get into the right hand lane and take the ring road off to the right. Follow the road under a bridge and continue forward until you go over the River Don. Branch off to the left, signposted “Riverside” onto Corporation Street. At West Bar roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Tenter Street – A57 which is signposted Glossop. There will be a Fire Engine Museum on your right. Continue up the hill and at the roundabout by Kwik Fit take the 3rd exit and turn left at the traffic lights for Rockingham Street Q Park car park. Alternatively take the 2nd exit at the roundabout onto Townhead Street. Head up the hill and branch right onto Trippet Lane. Take the first left and continue forward over the traffic lights and West Street to Holly Street and arrive at the Memorial Hall entrance to Sheffield City Hall.
Please note these directions are only to be used as a guide.
You can use the ‘Q Parks’ car park on Rockingham Street. The venue has a deal with them where you can park all day for £3.50 (cars only). Full details on how this voucher system works can be found here: http://www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk/Sheffield-City-Hall-Parking
The City Hall lies on several bus routes. For details of the most suitable service from your area visit www.travelsouthyorkshire.com
Travelling By Tram
Sheffield City Hall has it’s own tram stop on both Yellow (Meadowhall to Middlewood) and Blue (Halfway to Malin Bridge) routes. For more detailed information visit www.supertram.com