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Our upcoming Pulse PCN events for the year include:
Pulse PCN Manchester on 19 October 2023 at the INNSIDE Manchester
Pulse PCN London – Winter on 6 November 2023 at the Novotel London West
Board the train from your chosen destination and arrive into Birmingham New Street Station. From here it is either a 3 minute taxi journey or a 10 minute walk.
By car from Birmingham Airport
Exit the airport following signs to the M42 northbound. Take junction 7 onto the M6 north. Carry on the M6 until junction 6
Merge on to the Aston Express Way (A38) and keep right to continue on the A38 until Bristol Street.
At the crossroads take the right onto Lee Bank Middleway (A4540). Follow the A4540 until Five Way round about. Park Regis is the 6th exit and the car park is behind the hotel
By car from the M6
Take junction 6 of the M6, merge onto the Aston Express Way (A38) and
keep right to continue on the A38 until Bristol Street. At the crossroads take the right onto Lee Bank Middleway (A4540).
Follow the A4540 until Five Way round about. Park Regis is the 6th exit and the car park is behind the hotel
To access the parking: The entrance to the car park is at the side of St Martins Place. You can access via St Martins Street, B15 1ED.
We have Electric Vehicle Charging on site, which is accessed via downloading the Pod Point App and arranging your charging session – click here to view more information.
Please note: You must retain your ticket as there is a printed code on the top of the ticket which is required to regain access to the car park. Car Parking can be paid for at Park Regis Hotel reception or the Pay Station in the car park.
Accessible parking spaces are available in the car park.
“Great speakers, very informative with a lot to take back and use in our PCN development. Could easily have had much longer sessions.” Trudy Mansfield, PCN Manager
“Good to meet other PCN directors and hearing about current developments and challenges.” Dr Seb Kalwij, CD North Lewisham PCN
“Good content, engaging speakers, with good networking and interesting stalls.” Roy Boodhun, PCN Clinical Director