This venue is
conveniently located just across the road from
Waterloo station for the Post Graduate Certificate
in Therapeutic Play
Skills and the Post Graduate Diploma in Play Therapy
The Union Jack Club, Sandell
Street, London, SE1 8UJ
01825 761143 - APAC's number for all enquiries about course content and
The UJC's main entrance is in Sandell Street.
This is opposite the Waterloo Road entrance of
the Waterloo main line and underground railway
Being in central London, car
parking is very restricted and charges are high
on weekdays and Saturdays. Much better to come
by public transport. Waterloo station is very
well served by Underground:
Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and
Waterloo/City linesBus routes:
1, 68, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 59, 341, 76,
211, 50, 7, 77, RV1, 381, 4, 26, 139, 243, 521
Ideally situated close to
many of Londonís top attractions
the UJC is very close
to places where you can relax after an intensive
- London Eye, Trafalgar
Square, Royal Festival Hall
- Imax Cinema,
London Aquarium, Tate Modern
- The Old Vic
and Young Vic Theatres
we strongly recommend travelling by public
transport which will normally be quicker than
car, we show the using 40 minutes driving time from
the UJC to give you a rough idea of travel time.
Course participants may stay overnight at the Union Jack Club as Temporary Honorary Members. However, they will be asked to show a photo ID on arrival.
The prices, which are very reasonable for bedrooms in central London, are:
Single Basic Room with TV (shared facilities) - £49.00
Single Ensuite Room - £61.50
Double/Twin Room - £111.00
All prices quoted are for bedrooms only. Breakfast is available at extra cost of £6.95 for full English breakfast, or £5.60 for Continental breakfast.
You can book bedrooms through Daiva Sobole. Advance Reservations Manager, mentioning that you a Play Therapy course participant. It's worth asking if there are any special offers.
Tel. 0207 902 7379 or Fax. 0207 620 0565
Nearby places to
always like to have training venues that
have quick access to 'therapeutically
sympathetic space'. More of a
challenge in central London.
Central London? Yes! About 20 minutes walk
from the UJC - the lake in St. James' park.
Covent Garden - beautifully restored piazza and
interior - 15 minutes walk
and then there's the views from Waterloo Bridge
- only 5 minutes away.
..... to the West
..... and to the East
Don't feel like
going home immediately after the day's training?
The UJC has a good restaurant and bar but if
you want to explore the culinary delights of
London - there are at least 5570 restaurants to
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