Edith Cavell

  • Up to 35 delegates
  • Ideal for meetings & presentations
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Room features

Edith Cavell is a modern, bright and airy meeting room and event space which overlooks Cavendish Square. Benefiting from natural daylight it offers flexible layout options for capacities up to 35 people.

All our rooms support video conferencing with Microsoft Teams or Zoom, making them ideal for hybrid meetings and events. And our in-house AV team will be on hand to help you get setup.

85 inch TV screen (4K Ultra HD)
Yealink videoconferencing
Complementary WiFi

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Edith Cavell meeting room

Edith Cavell, London meeting space

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Latest technology

Latest technology

Our venue is packed with the latest AV tech to ensure your event is a success. From premium quality sound equipment and projectors to PTZ cameras and wireless presentation systems.

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Onsite hospitality

Onsite hospitality

Our hospitality menus have been created to suit a range of different events and meet delegate taste and dietary requirements. All food is prepared onsite using fresh ingredients of the highest quality, most sourced locally.

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Experienced venue staff

Experienced staff

Our friendly venue team have years of experience going above and beyond to support your events. And of course they also know our venue inside-out.

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Edith Cavell (1865-1915)

Edith Cavell is celebrated, not only for her self-sacrifice during World War 1, but also for her role in bringing modern nursing techniques to Belgium. She trained as a nurse at the London Hospital under the renowned Matron Eva Luckes and in 1906 was asked to oversee Dr Depage’s new surgical and medical home in Brussels. The intention was for this home to be staffed by nuns, but run under modern British nursing techniques, led by Cavell. By 1914, she was ‘directrice’ to three hospitals, and had become a prominent figure in Belgium.

During World War I, Cavell converted the home into a Red Cross Hospital. After the Battle of Mons, Brussels was occupied by 20,000 Germans and many British and French soldiers had been rescued and hidden. Cavell was arrested and imprisoned for hiding British servicemen on route to Holland. Sentenced to death for high treason, Cavell was executed on 12 October 1915.

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20 Cavendish Square, London, W1G 0RN

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