VENUE

CHT2020 is being held at Cutlers’ Hall in Sheffield, UK.

Cutlers’ Hall is a Grade II listed building located at the heart of Sheffield city centre with excellent access from hotels and the train station, steeped in history and grandeur.

The Cutlers’ Company was established by a parliamentary Act of Incorporation in 1624, and for almost four hundred years has sought to maintain the standards and quality of Sheffield manufactured cutlery and steel products.

TRAVEL

BY TRAIN

Cutlers’ Hall is located 800 metres away from Sheffield Train Station, a short walk or taxi ride away.

BY TRAM

You can also take the tram from Sheffield Train Station to Cutlers’ Hall. The tram stop Cathedral is directly outside Cutlers’ Hall.

BY ROAD

Leave the M1 at Junction 33 and follow the A630/A57 (Sheffield Parkway) to Sheffield.

When you reach the Park Square roundabout, follow the lane marked ‘City A61N’ at the fourth exit, keeping Pond’s Forge Swimming & Leisure Centre on your left, and follow signs to the Theatres/Hallam University.

Travel up the hill through the first set of traffic lights. At the next set of traffic lights veer right and you will pass the Poundland store on your left. PLEASE NOTE: The road is signposted access only, but travel up this road for 150-200 yards and Cutlers’ Hall is on your left between Tesco and the Royal Bank of Scotland.

CAR PARKING

Cutlers’ Hall offers discounted car parking with a number of QPark carparks. To redeem the discount, please scan your ticket on your way out of the Cutlers’ Hall at the machine located in reception.

Discounted QParks:

  • Rockingham Street, S1 4NL
  • Charles Street, S1 2NA
  • Sheffield Station, S1 4AA

ACCOMMODATION

The conference rates do not include travel or accommodation.

There are reduced rates for the Mercure Sheffield St Paul’s Hotel & Spa for CHT2020 delegates.

The 4-star Mercure Sheffield St Paul’s Hotel & Spa is perfectly located in the heart of Sheffield city centre. Its central location provides guests with easy access to major transport links.

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