travel Cambridge is situated in the East of the country and is accessible by rail and road. Trains run hourly from Kings Cross London and the rest of the country directly into Cambridge train station, which is a short walk into the city centre, or the Faculty of Education, on Hills Road, see local map for further instructions.

Cambridge also has Park and Ride facilities available, information on locations and bus times can be found on the City Councils website.


accommodation Cambridge offers a wide range of hotels and boutique B&B’s in the city centre and wider locations. For a further list of hotels and dates available please visit this website.

We have provisionally reserved some bedrooms at Homerton College for conference delegates. The rate is £65 per room per night, book your room here.

Delegates are responsible for any accommodation costs and will need to pay Homerton College directly.

Please contact Samantha Salisbury on bibac2016@educ.cam.ac.uk for the hotel Promotion code.

venue Each venue can be accessed from the centre of town via a 30 min walk, a 10 min hire bike, a 20 min bus or 5 minute taxi (off-peak-times).

Homerton College, Hills Rd, Cambridge
Churchill College, Storey’s Way, Cambridge
Faculty of Education, Hills Rd, Cambridge

eating out copy Cambridge plays host to some wonderful places to dine out, for light lunch, quick snacks and evening meals.

Search for a place to eat out.

getting around copy Cambridge has many cycle and path ways around the city, bike hire can be made from the train station, and a local map can be found here.

Park and Ride and city buses travel around the city at regular times and travel out to the city limits.

things-to-do Cambridge has many places of interest and interesting things to do, while you enjoy your stay in this beautiful city.

Things to do

Places of interest:

The Eagle

Fitzwilliam Museum

Corpus Clock