Thank you again for sponsoring UKGovcamp, it really doesn’t happen without you.

This page should tell you all you need to know about the event but if you have any questions, please email

On the day timings

Where: Ministry of Justice, 102 Petty France, Westminster, London, SW1H 9AJ (Map)
When: Saturday 21 January 2023

  • Sponsor setup: 08:30
  • Doors open: 09:00
  • Intro from compere followed by session pitching: 10:00
  • Morning sessions start: 11:00
  • Lunch: 12:45
  • Afternoon sessions resume: 13:45
  • Wrap-up from compere: 16:45
  • Pub: 17:00
Photo ID is required for entry into the venue!



Sponsors are welcome to bring their stands with them to MoJ on the day – please use the front entrance of MoJ.

Sponsors can also deliver items to MoJ on Friday 20th January between 9am-5pm and you are welcome to arrange your couriers to collect them again on Monday 23rd January between 9am-5pm.

  • Address:
    F.A.O James Cattell, Zone 11.50 (Green Zone)
     (UKGovcamp), Ministry of Justice, 102 Petty France, Westminster, London, SW1H 9AJ

Please ensure they are well boxed and that you bring labels for the Monday collection. If you require a phone number for your courier please email

Sponsor liaison on the day

Vanessa Montgomery Williams and Dr Jacqui Taylor will be your contacts on the day and will meet you at 8:30am to show you where you can construct your stands.

We have a slack channel where you can ask questions and find help sign up to and join the #sponsors channel or DM Vanessa with any questions.

Friday & Saturday drinks

Join us for pre-#UKGovCamp23 chats! Start the convo early and meet the organisers. 6pm @ The Feathers (a couple of minutes walk from the MoJ)

Saturday drinks will also be at The Feathers straight after the event and food and drink will be provided.


If you have any questions that others might be interested in hearing the answer to, please let us know via email, slack or twitter and we’ll do our best to update this page promptly.

Is there a dress code? 

There is no dress code, you will get an event t-shirt on the day but otherwise, whatever you are comfortable in.

How does pitching work?

The only rule about pitching is your pitch must last less than 30 seconds (the shorter the better, generally speaking).

Good pitches tend to be very short and contain 1 clear question or issue.

A guide to pitching can be found at this link. The video at this link and reading some previous pitches/session notes that can be found at this link might help explain more.

Can I bring a powerpoint?

You are welcome to bring slides to show if you successfully pitch a session, however we cannot guarantee access or IT support for screens/projectors so anything you’d like to show would have to be on your own laptop.

Can I bring other marketing materials to give out?

Platinum level sponsors will be provided with a table and there will be a communal table to share stickers. We would like to keep swag to a minimum though.

How much space can I have for my stand?

  • Gold: 1 pull up stand
  • Platinum: 2 pull up stands and a table

(We are a little more limited on space than in previous years, due to having the opener and closer upstairs for better ventilation)

Will there be an attendee list?

We do not share attendee data – we will have a twitter list and those who wish to can leave their twitter ids on session notes but nothing is mandatory.

Is there parking near the venue?

Free parking is available on Tothill Street on weekends.