The conference will be held at the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre in Worcester College, at the University of Oxford.
Getting to Oxford
By air: Oxford is easily accessible from London airports. Consult www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.thetrainline.com for rail connections (we advise advance booking for lower prices; please note all trains should arrive at Oxford Train Station, not Oxford Parkway.) Coaches run between Oxford, London Heathrow and London Gatwick via www.theairlineoxford.co.uk. There are also National Express coaches to most other airports in the UK.
By train: The Oxford train station is close to the city centre, and within a 10 minute walk of our conference venue (Worcester College). Consult www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.thetrainline.com for rail connections (please book in advance for lower prices; please note all trains should arrive at Oxford Train Station, not Oxford Parkway). Trains to London generally run 2-3 times per hour and take between 45 minutes to an hour.
By bus: Oxford is well served with coach connections to nearby cities. The Oxford Tube coach runs to and from London 24 hours a day and takes 2.5 hours, with coaches departing every 20 minutes from multiple bus stops in the city centre. Other services can be found via Google.
By road: On-street parking is unfortunately fairly limited in Oxford’s city centre. There are a number of Park and Ride sites which are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, where vehicles can be left overnight (please note the maximum stay is 72 hours). For prices and locations of city centre car parks such as the Westgate, Gloucester Green and Worcester Street see Oxford City Council’s parking pages. Outside the city centre, there are several controlled parking zones with time limits or for those with permits. If you ride a motorcycle, scooter or moped, visit the City Council’s motorcycle parking page for information on where you can park.
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