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Final 4D4Life project meeting
PDF version of this page available: Final invitation
The meeting will run from Monday, 26 March to Friday, 30 March and each day will have a full programme. Side meetings are also being arranged and details will be circulated to invited individuals and/or announced during the week.
Organiser: Sara Oldfield (Work Package 2 Leader)
Support: Carolyne Orazi (BGCI)
Registration and Catering
There is no registration fee for attending the meetings, but please be precise when confirming which days you are attending.
Coffee and tea will be provided by the University. Lunch will be available each day from a number of catering outlets on the University Campus at a short walking distance of the Meeting Rooms and will be at your own cost. Attendees to the 4D4Life Final Meeting on the Tuesday are invited to the Closing Dinner, which is hosted by the University and is on the Tuesday night. For the other evenings such as Wednesday and Thursday attendees will need to make their own dinner arrangements at nearby restaurants in the town centre.
To register, please send your information and details to 4D4Life@bgci.org
Reading is a mainline train station and easily accessible from most places around the UK. There are direct trains from several major cities as well as London. Travelling from or via London, it is best (and quickest) to take a train from London’s Paddington Station. Trains from Paddington to Reading run approximately every 15-20 minutes throughout the day. The average journey time is around 30 minutes.
From the Reading Station, take a taxi or the bus to the University Campus (Whiteknights). The bus stand and taxi rank can be found outside the station. A taxi will cost from around £6 to £10 whilst the bus is priced at £1.80 (note: the bus requires exact change). Take the Claret Bus numbered 20, 20A or 21. See link below for more information on the buses to campus.
When flying into Heathrow airport, the RailAir bus picks up passengers and drops them off at the Reading train station. The coaches run every 20 minutes.
Direct trains run to Reading from Gatwick Airport every hour and take about 1 hour 15 minutes.
By car, drivers will need a car parking permit to park on the University Campus. When registering for the meeting please confirm that you will be coming by car and please provide your name, name of your institution, make, model, and colour of vehicle and registration number and a permit will be arranged for you. With the permit you will be able to park in any of the car parks on the Campus, but please note the nearest car park for the meeting is Car Park 10. Please submit this information to Carolyne Orazi at email@example.com
For a campus map:
For places to eat on the campus, click here:
Each attendee is responsible for arranging their accommodation. Please see the list below of nearby hotels in Reading.
There is only one hotel located on the University campus called Black Horse House. It is centrally located on the main Whiteknights campus within walking distance of the Chemistry building. Please use this link
Hotels located in the Town Centre:
Near the Campus (but outside centre of town)
Further outside Centre of Town (not near campus)