Travelling to the UK for WAF 2017
Flying to England
If you are planning to attend the England Tour, we advise flying into either London Heathrow Airport, or London Gatwick Airport. The World Angus Forum will be arranging airport transfers to the designated hotels in Guildford (the starting point of the England Tour) from these airports only, on Thursday 15th June ONLY . In order for us to arrange your airport transfer, you’ll be required to enter your flight details when registering.
If you plan to fly into another airport, you must make your own way to Guildford for the beginning of the tour.
Please note: If you are planning to fly in and out of London, the England Tour ends in Edinburgh, and the World Angus Forum does not offer transport back to London. You will need to make your own travel arrangements back to London to fly out of the country.
Flying to Scotland
If you are flying directly to Scotland for the World Forum and/or the Scotland Tour, we advise that you fly directly to Edinburgh Airport. The World Angus Forum will be providing airport transfers from Edinburgh Airport to designated Edinburgh hotels/Central Edinburgh on Wednesday, June 21 for WAF 2017 attendees.
Flying to Ireland
We are in the process of collating information on flights to Ireland for the Ireland Tour. Please check back for updates, which will be available soon.
Depending on where you are travelling from, there are a few simple rules for travelling to the UK.
Information is available on regulations concerning the length of your stay, how much money you can bring and what products you can take in and out of the country. More Information Here
Application forms, information on how to apply for a visa, as well as guidance for visitors coming to the UK. Get Application Form Here
Letter of Invitation
Should you need a letter of invitation to obtain an Entry Visa, please contact the conference organisers. These will only be issued to delegates who have fully registered and paid. Email Us Here
Please note that we cannot enter into correspondence with the UK Authorities on your behalf and any invitation letter does not imply any financial liability on our part.
A valid driving licence is required to drive in Scotland.