Full delegates will pay an all-inclusive fee of £450 (postgraduates and precariously employed: £375) for:
-four nights’ B&B accommodation (double ensuite, single occupancy*) at Holland Hall on the University of Exeter campus, 24-27 June 2020, which has stunning views over the Exe valley.
-lunch on 25, 26 and 27 June
-gala dinner (including wine) on 26 June at the University of Exeter
-round-trip transportation from the University of Exeter to Plymouth on 27 June
*double occupancy will incur an additional fee of £10 per night
There will also be several other options for those who want to attend as day delegates, with or without accommodation.
Our online store (coming soon!) will provide further details about all-inclusive and build-your-own conference packages.
Exeter is located in the southwest of England, approximately 180 miles from Central London. It is served by National Express coaches and two national rail lines, the West of England line from London Waterloo (buy tickets here) and Great Western main line from London Paddington (buy tickets here). Plan your train journey, from anywhere in Britain, via the National Rail website.
Take the Heathrow Express to London Paddington (20 minutes), where you can pick up a direct Great Western Rail train to Exeter St. David’s (2-2.5 hours). Exeter St. David’s is a short walk (steeply uphill!) to the University of Exeter. If you have luggage, it would be advisable to take a taxi from the station.
A cheaper (though longer at approx. 50 mins) option than Heathrow Express is to travel by tube from Heathrow airport to Paddington with one change. Plan your journey here.
By Coach and Rail:
Take Great Western Rail from Gatwick to Reading (1 hour 20 mins approx). Change at Reading on to another Great Western Rail train that will take you to Exeter St. David’s. The Reading to Exeter train journey should take 1.5-2 hours.