Our introductory Early Bird Tickets for the 21st March 2015 event are now on sale!
These cost £70.00 per ticket when part of a double/twin occupancy room, or £90.00 per ticket with a single occupancy room.
Early Bird are only applicable to tickets booked before the 18th of November 2014!
Tickets purchased after the 18th of November will cost £85.00 per ticket with a double/twin occupancy room, or £105.00 per ticket with single occupancy, so book early to save £15.00 per ticket!
Your 2015 Transport Awards tickets include a welcome drink, a four course dinner, overnight stay in the four star St John’s Hotel, a full English breakfast, access to the hotel’s amenities and free parking.
You can book your tickets by visiting our dedicated Transport Awards 2014 website at:www.transportawards.co.uk or alternatively please give us a call on 0208 993 7100 to purchase your tickets over the telephone.
When completing your booking form on the Awards website please enter all compulsory sections marked with a red star, including the number of tickets needed, the type of room required for specific guests, the name of the guests, who will stay in the room and the chosen dinner menu for each guest.
We hope to hear from you soon and remember to keep a keen eye out for our next news bulletin, with the latest developments regarding the Transport Awards 2015!
The Transport Exchnage Group Team
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