The conference will be held at the Cambridge campus of Anglia Ruskin University.
How to get to Cambridge and to Anglia Ruskin University
Bus and coach
National Express coaches (including services from Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted airports) stop at the Cambridge Coach Station on Parkside, a five-minute walk from campus. Coach routes and timetables are available from National Express.
ARU is a 15-minute walk from Drummer Street bus station, where most local bus services stop. Stagecoach has bus timetables and routes.
Trains run frequently between Cambridge and London, Ipswich, Peterborough, King’s Lynn, Birmingham and Stansted Airport.
If you’re travelling from Heathrow or Gatwick, head for King’s Cross or Liverpool Street stations in London; you can catch trains to Cambridge from there. If you’re planning a train journey in the UK, National Rail Enquiries is a helpful source of information.
If you’re travelling on Eurostar it will bring you to King’s Cross, where you can catch a train to Cambridge. The journey time from London to Cambridge is about 50 minutes to one hour.
When you arrive in Cambridge, ARU is a 20-minute walk from the train station. Alternatively, you can catch the busway A bus to The Busway Parkside (Nw-Bound), which is a seven minute walk to campus. Take a look at Google maps to see which option suits you.
Taxi from airports to Cambridge
Heathrow → Cambridge 100£
Gatwick → Cambridge 131£
Stansted → Cambridge 50£
Based on: http://www.panthertaxis.co.uk
The Cambridge East Road campus is about a ten-minute walk from the centre of Cambridge and landmarks such as the Guildhall and Market Square.
Travelling by bike
Cambridge is the unofficial cycling capital of the UK. You’ll find cycle parking on campus, and the Cambridge Cycling Campaign has a free city map and route planner.
How to get to Sidney Sussex College
15 min walk
10 min by bus or taxi
Directions to Cambridge can also be found on the Anglia Ruskin website by clicking here.