MC11 will take place at the University of Warwick's Conference Park near Coventry.
Situated on the border of both Coventry and Warwickshire, the location provides the opportunity to explore the major city of Birmingham as well as the beautiful and historic towns of Kenilworth, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon, home to the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The region is rich in history and is home to a wide variety of castles, stately homes and gardens, cathedrals, theatres, museums and galleries.
Conference Park accommodation
Delegates stay in student accommodation in en-suite rooms, a short walk away from the Arts Centre where sessions will take place. Rooms are located in apartments with access to kitchen facilities. The bedrooms are all en-suite, decorated to a good standard, and include wide single beds, clock radio, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, towels and toiletries. Iron and ironing boards are also available. A limited number of double rooms are also available to book.
Accessible bedrooms are also available, and include remote control lighting, bath lift and emergency assistance alarm.
All residential delegates have full access to the 700 acre campus, including walks through the extensive and well maintained grounds, sports facilities, swimming pool, gym, squash, football pitches and badminton and tennis courts. Additional sporting activities are available for a small charge. A returnable £1 coin is needed for use of the lockers.
The conference banquet will take place on the evening of Wednesday 10 July. Tickets cost £40 per person, and can be booked when registering for the conference.
Evening meals are not included in the registration fee, but dinner on the evenings of Monday 8 and Tuesday 9 July (and Wednesday 10 July for anyone who would prefer not to book a ticket for the conference banquet) can be secured when booking accommodation, at £16.50 per person per dinner.
Evening meals can only be pre-booked, and will not be available to book on-site. Residential delegates are advised that programme timings on Monday afternoon make a dinner booking advisable on this evening. Delegates may wish to leave campus on the Tuesday evening to visit a nearby town for dinner; for delegates who wish to travel off campus, local transport information will be made available in the delegate joining instructions.
Getting to the University of Warwick
The University of Warwick Conference Park is well connected by all modes of transport so whether you are travelling to the city by road, rail or air, it is easy to reach. See the link below for directions.
Visiting the University of Warwick's Conference Park
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