Register for this Conference
To register for the conference please click here.
Book your Accomodation
For a list of hotels please click here.
For further tourist information about Bangor and surrounding area please click here.
Arriving by air - The closest airports are Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport, from which you can you can travel to Bangor by train (approx. 3½ hours or 2½ hours respectively).
There are also daily flights between Cardiff and Anglesey - see http://www.visitanglesey.co.uk/en-GB/by_air-188.aspx for more information (approx. 1 hour).
Arriving by train - Bangor Railway Station is only a 15 minute walk from the University, or a few minutes by taxi (approx. £3-£5). If you are traveling from London trains leave from Euston Station and traveling time is approx. 3½ hours. See http://www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Arriving by car - Please use this interactive map to calculate your route and approximate traveling time - http://g.co/maps/wxn8b (Google Maps). Simply click the ‘Get directions’ button and input your starting location/postcode. If you have a satellite navigation system in your car then please input the postcode destination as LL57 2DG.
Arriving by sea - There are frequent ferries from Ireland to the nearby port at Holyhead. Please see these websites for details http://www.irishferries.com & http://www.stenaline.com. It then takes 30 minutes to reach Bangor from Holyhead by train.
Terms and Conditions
Registration fees include access to conference sessions, lunch and refreshments. Fees do not include accommodation or travel. Payment must be received prior to the event.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation after 1st June 2012 will incur a 50% cancellation charge. No money will be refunded for cancellations after 15th June 2012 .Cancellation must be made in writing / by email. Substitutions are acceptable but must be requested in writing / by email.
The organisers cannot accept liability for costs incurred in the event of the conference having to be cancelled as a result of circumstances beyond its reasonable control.