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Travelling arrangements: Oxford-Waterperry Gardens and Waterperry House

Please note that travel arrangements and costs are the responsibility of participants or their sponsoring institutions. The Conference Conveners are not able to offer financial support. However, as with other GCGI conferences, we will do our best, working as volunteers, drawing no income, organising the conference as a non-profit making event and more, to keep the costs to absolute minimum. This self-sustaining funding mechanism has been a key lynch pin of our independence and integrity. At no point in our history has the GCGI been so reliant on external sources that if external funding is removed, the GCGI cannot continue.

*Conference Venue and accommodation

The Conference venue is at Waterperry House and the Conference is residential.

*Travel Information

How to get to Oxford:


How to get to WaterperryGardens and Waterperry House:


(Please note: Overseas delegates arriving at Heathrow or Gatwick, use “the Airline” bus service- see above: “How to get to Oxford”; all buses have OXF on the destination indicator; get off at “Park & Ride: Thornhill”. From here our team of volunteer drivers will pick you up and drive you to the conference venue free of charge.

The same service is also available to delegates from the UK, arriving at Oxford train or coach stations. On arrival, take the park and ride bus to the ThornhillPark& ride stop, from where our team of volunteer drivers will pick you up and drive you to the conference venue free of charge.

**On arrival at ThornhillPark and Ride please contact Peter Holland on 07734213449 You will then be picked up and driven to the Waterperry House by one of our volunteers.

Please as soon as possible inform Peter about your travel arrangements. This is very important.

Peter’s email: petermholland36@hotmail.com

OxfordPark& Ride:

http://www.oxfordbus.co.uk/main.php?page_id=22 )

Please carefully note: you are responsible for your own travel to the ThornhillPark& ride stop. Under no circumstances the conference organisers can pick delegates up from any other location.