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Download the EASL App and stay updated with everything happening at ILC

Main benefits on the new EASL App:

  • Access the event programme, attendee and speaker list
  • Create your own daily schedule that will guide you through your day
  • Stay informed and receive the latest messages and news

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Childcare facilities

ILC 2020 participants who wish to reserve childcare services during the congress are informed that there is a “Busy Bee Nursery” located adjacent to the ExCeL Centre. Reservations should be made directly with the establishment via the online reservation system available at this link. Please note that reservations are made subject to availability.

“Busy Bees in London ExCeL” management strongly suggests that the ideal time to make a reservation for childcare during the ILC 2020 Congress is between end February 2020 and mid-March 2020 to avoid disappointment as far as possible. Please see further details, fees and all conditions directly on the Busy Bees in London ExCeL website.

There are baby changing facilities on level 0 in both the male and female toilets in the boulevard. In the ICC area (The east end of the venue) the red blocks between S9/S10, N10/N11, the Prince Regent DLR east corridor and East Level 0, the baby change facilities are in the disabled toilets.

The family room can be found by S9. Inside has two changing mats, chairs for breastfeeding, a microwave to heat up baby food and a bottle warmer. It also contains a sink and toilet.

Prayer room at the Congress

There is a prayer room located between S8 and S9 in the boulevard. The prayer room can be accessed through the grey door next to the S9 entrance on the boulevard.

Weather forecast in London

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Electricity plug details in UK

UK appliances are fitted with a three-pin plug. If your country uses lower voltage than the UK average of 230v, you may also need a converter. Read more here.

UK’s currency

The UK currency is the pound sterling (£/GBP). There are 100 pennies, or pence, to the pound.

Notes come in denominations of £5, £10, £20 and £50. Coins come in 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 and £2.

If you would like to exchange money, it is good to know that there are numerous bureaux de change in London – often located inside banks, travel agents or Post Offices, as well as at London’s airports and major train stations. Read more information here.

Calculate here the exchange rate between your currency and the GBP.