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Pembroke College dining hall

conference Venue

Pembroke College
Pembroke Square
Oxford

OX1 1DW

United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (0)1865 276 444

Map of College and how to find it

College Website

Upon arrival please check in at the porters lodge where you will be directed to the conference centre to register for the meeting and collect your delegate pack.

Travel to Oxford

Rail services

Oxford has two train stations - Oxford (city centre) which is serviced by frequent trains from London Paddington and many other parts of the country. Pembroke College and most city centre locations are no more than 10-15 minutes walk from the station.

Oxford city train station is a 10-15 minute walk from Pembroke College. There is a good taxi service from the station, and numerous buses go to St Aldates, stopping outside the college.

For walking directions please see here.

Oxford Parkway is a new station just outside the Oxford ring road to the north of the city. There are regular services from London Marylebone. There is a park and ride bus from the station to the city centre, or taxis.

For more timetables and more information please visit: www.nationalrail.co.uk

Coach/bus

National Express buses run to and from Oxford to locations throughout the UK.

The Oxford Bus Company has frequent twenty-four hour services connecting Oxford and London. The service takes around 100 minutes.

The Oxford Tube service runs from London (Victoria, Marble Arch, Notting Hill Gate, Shepherd's Bush and Hillingdon) every 10-15 minutes.

The X90 service also runs from London (Victoria, Marble Arch and Baker Street)/

Air

If you have a choice, we recommend you fly to London Heathrow which is the most convenient for Oxford. The Airline buses run regularly from London Heathrow (and London Gatwick) to Oxford. The bus stops in St Aldates, close to Pembroke.

Driving

Parking in Oxford is unfortunately difficult and expensive, and there is no parking available at the college. If you are driving, we strongly recommend using the park-and-ride.

Park-and-ride

There are several park-and-rides available on the outskirts of Oxford, so you are sure to find one no matter from which direction you have come. They are all clearly sign-posted, are linked to the centre of the city by regular bus services, and are open 24 hours per day (bus services run until about 11pm). http://parkandride.oxfordbus.co.uk/where-to-park/

From Redbridge (south), Pear Tree (north), Seacourt (west) and Thornhill (east) the bus stops in St Aldates, very close to Pembroke. From Oxford Parkway the bus stops in George Street, 5 minutes walk from Pembroke.