Canterbury is one of the most historic towns in England. It is home to the oldest cathedral in England and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the ancient ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey and St Martin’s Church. Among the huge variety of historic sites the visitor can find the Norman Castle ruins, a city wall dating from the Roman times and rebuilt in the 14th century, the Westgate Gardens and beautiful picnic areas around the river Stour that runs through the town.
Travelling to Canterbury
The Conference will be held in North Holmes Campus, North Holmes Road, Canterbury, CT1 1QU. Further details will be announced soon. For a map of the campus and how to access it by pubic transport or car please visit: http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/AboutUs/Findus/Canterbury.aspx
Canterbury Christ Church University is easily accessible from either of the two stations of the town, Canterbury West and Canterbury East.
The High Speed trains to Canterbury West depart from London St Pancras International terminal, while a slower service is also available from London Victoria Station on Southeastern Services. For further information regarding trains please visit: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
If you are travelling from Europe, Canterbury can also be accessed through Ebbsfleet Internation and Ashford on Eurostar Services. For further information please visit: http://www.eurostar.com/uk-en or http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations_destinations/44929.aspx
Canterbury can also be accessed by coach from Victoria Coach Station in London . For information and booking tickets through National Express Coaches please visit: http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx