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Support for Students’ attendance
We recognise that some students may require assistance with gaining approval from their college or university to attend the event. We have put together some guidance which you, as a student, may be able to use to support your case in attending the event.
Conference Planning Group
We would like to acknowledge valuable contributions of the conference planning group to the organisation and planning of the conference:
Cassie Shaw (University of Winchester), Tom Lowe (University of Winchester), Stuart Sims (University of Winchester), Simon Walker (University of Greenwich), Jake Hibberd (University of Exeter), Ellen Lessner (Consultant), Clare Killen (Consultant), Sarah Knight (Jisc)
The Stripe Building and the St Alphege Building – points 17 and 16 on the King Alfred Campus
University of Winchester Sparkford Road Winchester Hampshire SO22 4NR
Getting to Winchester
You can get to the University by train, bus or through the park and ride.
Train – The University is less than one mile (approximately 10minutes walk) from Winchester station. Leave the station by the main exit (platform 2) and turn right onto Station Road leading onto Upper High Street. Turn right over the bridge and then left onto Clifton Terrace. Continue past the green until you reach the main road (Romsey Road).Cross the Romsey Road on foot and proceed along St James’ Terrace. Cross the road and turn right and take the path through the cemetery. The King Alfred Campus is on the other side of the cemetery.
Bus –The University is well connected with bus services in and around Winchester. Bluestar 1 service links Southampton – Chandlers Ford – Winchester and runs every 15 minutes. Every bus has free Wifi and USB charging points. the nearest Bluestar 1 bus stop is on Southgate Street, less than a ten minute walk from the University. Stagecoach buses operate across the city. The nearest bus stops to the University are on Cromwell Road (service no. 1), Sparkford Road (service no. 69) and Romsey Road (services 4, 5, 46, E1/E2, 66).
Park and Ride – There are now three Park and Ride services for Winchester which offer many benefits over driving and parking in the city centre. The fare covers your return bus trip and any period of car parking on the day which can often cost less than parking in the city centre. Learn more about Winchester’s Park and Ride services.
Email contact for any queries – CAN@winchester.ac.uk