ICPOC 21 was held at Durham University.
Durham is a spectacular city which boasts a Norman cathedral and castle, a designated World Heritage site. The University was founded in 1832 and comprises of 16 colleges.
For further information on the University's campus, please click on the link on this page.
Travel and Accommodation
Durham is less than 3 hours away from London by rail, with direct trains running every hour. InterCity trains link Durham with with most major cities through out the UK. Durham is just over 3 hours from Birmingham, 2.5 hours from Manchester, 1.5 hours from Edinburgh and 45 minutes from York.
It is also conveniently located for Newcastle airport and Durham Tees Valley, which are approximately a 30 and 40 minute drive respectively. Newcastle airport can also be reached via train in under an hour.
A taxi from the train station will take you to any College within 5 minutes and the city centre is 10 minutes
The University campus is served by several buses (numbers 25, 25A, 25B and 23) from Durham city centre.
Information about accommodation is available on the registration page of the website. Delegates can book accommodation on the University campus direct with the University.
Maps and travel information are available via the 'Durham University Visitor Information' link on this page.
Also of interest
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Durham University Visitor Information
Use this link to access more information about your visit to Durham University
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