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of the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition

Welcome to the 54th Annual Meeting

22-25 June 2022 · Copenhagen · Denmark
Bella Center


Scottish Event Campus (SEC)
Exhibition Way
Glasgow G3 8YW
United Kingdom

Train station: Exhibition Centre (Service run by ScotRail)

The Scottish Event Campus (SEC) is the largest exhibition centre in Scotland. It is located in the district of Finnieston on the north bank of the River Clyde. The SEC is host to over 50 events each year and is home to some of the UK’s largest and most successful events. This venue is ideally located close to Glasgow’s city centre and easily accessible through the city’s well-connected train system.

The original complex was built in 1985 and has been expanded two times. Now, the Scottish Event Campus consists of three main buildings: SEC Centre (original complex), SEC Armadillo and the SSE Hydro.

The 52nd ESPGHAN Annual Meeting will take place at the SEC Centre and the SEC Armadillo. The SEC Centre offers of 10,065 m2 of event space, clear span space, a ceiling height of 9metres and high bay area of 20metres and will host the industry exhibition. The main plenary hall will be in the SEC Armadillo

© Glasgow Convention Bureau
© Glasgow Convention Bureau


Glasgow is the most populated city in Scotland and the third biggest city in the United Kingdom. The city is situated on the River Clyde in Scotland’s West Central Lowlands and visitors will receive a very warm welcome as the city of Glasgow was named as the world’s friendliest city. Glasgow is a city full of world-class attractions, marvellous architecture, great food and rich in culture.

From a small settlement on the River Clyde and an industrial city, Glasgow became a grand cultural hub and popular destination, which offers amazing events and festivals year-round as a UNESCO City of Music.

 Some important information summarized:

CurrencyThe official currency of the United Kingdom is the Pound Sterling (GBP - £).
Time Zone

The United Kingdom is on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). From April to October, the UK observes daylight saving time (or BST – British Summer Time): GMT + 1 hour.


The United Kingdom uses a 230V/50Hz system. The power sockets are of type G sockets: three rectangular pins and it is grounded.

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© Glasgow Convention Bureau