The conference takes place from midday of Wednesday the 15th until 1:30 pm on Friday 17th.
Leeds is a well-connected city, enabling you to travel here by many modes, including train, coach and walking and cycling. Many of the options are described on the University of Leeds website. Below we build on some of these.
Leeds train station has fast links to the North and South. To book a train heading to Leeds for 15/04/14, National Rail is a good place to start. If you would like to bring a bicycle on the train, you can book reservations via East Coast.
National Express lists a number of routes from around the UK going to and from Leeds. These are sometimes cheaper than travelling by train so may be a good option for people travelling on a budget.
Walking from the train station is pleasant, taking you through the commercial centre of Leeds. It takes 25 minutes.
Cycling here is even quicker, taking under 10 minutes, although the route is mostly uphill - see CycleStreet.net for our recommended route.
For the adventurous, there is even potential to cycle from further afield. With construction of the Leeds to Bradford cycle superhighway, cycling from the West has never been easier.
Once you have arrived at the University of Leeds on Wednesday, registration will be from 12 to 1:30 pm at the Parkinson Building. This is the well-known front entrance of the university, just off Woodhouse Lane.