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The conference will be held in Streatham Court (on the University of Exeter’s Streatham Campus), the address of which is:

Streatham Court
Rennes Drive
Exeter
EX4 4PU

All of the lecture theaters to be used in Streatham Court are wheelchair accessible, with two of the three having designated wheelchair spaces in the front row. If you have any questions regarding the accessibility of the conference then please get in contact.

There are numerous ways to reach Exeter which, despite its location, is well connected to the rest of the UK:

By rail

Direct train services to Exeter St David’s station are available from Bristol Temple Meads (1 hour 15 minutes), London Paddington (2h 30m),  London Waterloo (3h 15m), Birmingham New Street (3h 30m), Leeds (5h 45m), York (6h), Durham (7h), Newcastle (7h 15m) and Edinburgh (8h 45m) among others. The University is then just a short, 15 minute walk from Exeter St David’s, though there is a taxi rank immediately outside the station. Taxis will likely take no more than five minutes to reach Streatham Campus.

By air

A potentially long train journey can be circumvented by flying to Exeter airport. Flights from Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Norwich, Belfast, Dublin, Leeds/Bradford and London all arrive at Exeter airport less than two hours after departure. The airport is connected to a number of European cities, and international visitors can also fly to Bristol airport before travelling to Exeter. Taxis are available from the airport and should take around half an hour to travel to the University.

Further information is available from Exeter International Airport website.

By bus

National Express coaches call at Exeter Coach Station. The coach station is a short walk to Exeter High Street where you can either walk (20 minutes), or catch the local D bus to Streatham Campus.

For more information, download the D Bus Timetable (PDF).

By car

Exeter is linked directly to London, the Midlands, South Wales and the North, including Scotland, via the M4 and the M5. We encourage participants not to travel by car since parking spaces on the University campus are limited. If you must drive then we recommend car sharing and ask you to let us know in advance so we can attempt to secure you a parking space.

You can also download more detailed directions to Streatham Campus by car.

 

If you would like more information regarding travel to Exeter then please read www.exeter.ac.uk/visit/directions/streatham/#EOL82h2Po4ZGIIFW.99

To get in touch

rsc2019@exeter.ac.uk

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