Although Canterbury is in the far south-east of England, it is close to the high-speed rail link to the Channel Tunnel and direct trains from St Pancras take less than one hour. Thus, Canterbury is relatively accessible, especially for those coming from outwith the UK.
Canterbury does not have its own airport. The nearest international airports are Gatwick, London City and Heathrow).
Canterbury has two stations. The journey time from London St Pancras Station to Canterbury West is less than an hour. London to Canterbury East take between 90 minutes and 2 hours. Use National Rail or The Trainline to find out about fares and to book tickets.
Canterbury is easily accessible from London by following the M2 South and East until it merges with the A2. There are three Park and Ride car parks offering low cost parking and a bus into the city. There is long-term parking at Canterbury East train station only a 5-minute walk away from the accommodation.
There is more information about travel to Canterbury on the Canterbury page of WikiTravel website.
Bed and breakfast accommodation has been reserved for delegates at Canterbury Christ Church University. Double occupancy is available for those travelling with a partner. There are no twin rooms. Book accommodation using the conference booking form.
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7-9 September 2018, Canterbury Cathedral
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