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Studying at Cambridge

Travelling from London Airports to Cambridge

From London Heathrow to Cambridge

There are several ways to travel from London Heathrow to Cambridge.

A. Take the Heathrow Express to London Paddington, then take the London Underground ("tube") to London Kings Cross.  You will need a Circle Line or Hammersmith and City train going Eastbound. From London Kings Cross, take the train to Cambridge. The Heathrow Express is quicker into central London than taking the tube all the way, but does involve more changes.

B. Take the London Underground ("tube") from Heathrow to London Kings Cross.  You will need a Piccadilly line train going Eastbound. From London Kings Cross, take the train to Cambridge.

C. Take a National Express coach from Heathrow to Cambridge. This will take you  direct to Cambridge city centre.

D. Arrange for a car to meet you at Heathrow.  If you pre-book and are travelling in a group, this can be more cost effective and easier than taking public transport.

NB - there are fewer trains on Sundays and buses may replace trains if there is scheduled engineering work.  Please use the links to check timetables.

From London Gatwick to Cambridge

There are several ways to travel from London Gatwick to Cambridge.

A. Take the train to London Victoria, then take the London Underground ("tube") to London Kings Cross.  You will need a Victoria Line or  train going Northbound. From London Kings Cross, take the train to Cambridge. 

B. Take the train London St Pancras, cross the road to London King's Cross and take the train to Cambridge.

C. Take a National Express coach from Gatwick to Cambridge. This will take you  direct to Cambridge city centre.

D. Arrange for a car to meet you at Gatwick.  If you pre-book and are travelling in a group, this can be more cost effective and easier than taking public transport.

NB - there are fewer trains on Sundays and buses may replace trains if there is scheduled engineering work.  Please use the links to check timetables.

Announcement

In light of the rapidly changing picture with regards to Covid-19, the Organising Committee has taken the decision to postpone the conference that was due to take place on 29-30 June.

 

The conference will now take place in summer 2021 and we will contact you again shortly to confirm the new dates.

 

The Organising Committee will still go ahead with the publication of the accepted full papers, and will communicate with the authors individually to finalise the editorial process of their papers in the coming weeks.

 

Those who have already registered to attend the conference will receive a full discount, and will be advised when booking has opened for the rescheduled dates.

Sponsors

Thames Tideway

 

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