If you want to find out more about what Cambridge has to offer, then visit TripAdvisor or TimeOut’s guide. We strongly recommend that you have a ‘punt’ down the Cam, indulge in a Chelsea Bun from Fitzbillies, and take a stroll along The Backs (the backs of the colleges by the river).
The best place to start looking for accommodation (hotels or apartments) is probably booking.com.
Other good moderately-priced options are the Ibis Cambridge Central Station hotel situated beside Cambridge train station (an 18-minute walk from the venue) and the Lensfield Hotel which is nearer to the centre of Cambridge (a 13-minute walk from the venue).
More expensive options include The Gonville Hotel (a 7-minute walk from the venue) The Regent Aparthotel (9-minute walk from the venue) and the centrally-located Hilton Cambridge City Centre (13-minute walk from the venue).
TRAVEL TO CAMBRIDGE
By air: The nearest airport is London Stansted. Then take a train from Stansted station to Cambridge (30-minute journey).
The next best option is London Heathrow. Take the ‘Heathrow Express‘ train to London Paddington (15-minute journey). From there take the London Underground (the ‘Tube’) to King’s Cross Station (20-minute journey). Finally a fast train from King’s Cross to Cambridge (50-minute journey).
By rail: London King’s Cross Station to Cambridge (50-minute journey). London Stansted airport to Cambridge (30-minute journey). Search train times at National Rail.
Anglia Ruskin University also offer a ‘getting here’ travel guide.
DATES / START AND FINISH TIMES
We begin with the optional pre-conference workshop (9.00am to 12.00pm) on Tuesday 11 June, followed by the main conference which begins at 1.30pm. The conference will finish on Thursday 13 June at approximately 4.30pm.
JOINING INSTRUCTIONS FOR DELEGATES
These will be emailed to delegates on Thursday 30 May 2024.
If you have any questions please contact Marisa who will be happy to help.