Trinity Hall, Cambridge
The meeting will be held at Trinity Hall, a college of the University of Cambridge, and at the heart of the city.
Cambridge CB2 1TJ
Map of Trinity Hall college site: www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/uploads/central-site-map.pdf
The entrance to Trinity Hall is on Trinity Lane, at the end of Senate House Passage.
Cambridge Station can be reached directly by train from both London King’s Cross and London Liverpool Street and Stansted Airport. Services from King’s Cross offer the fastest journey times from London.
Example fastest morning train times. Subject to change. Please check National Rail Enquiries for the latest times.
- Depart King’s Cross 07:12; Arrive Cambridge: 08:00
- Depart King’s Cross 07:42; Arrive Cambridge: 08:30
- Depart King’s Cross 08:12; Arrive Cambridge: 09:01
The last train from Cambridge back to London departs at 23:14.
Getting to Trinity Hall from Cambridge railway station
Cambridge is a very walkable and cyclable city. Pedestrian and cycle routes at: www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/uploads/pedestrian-and-cycle-routes-2018.pdf
To walk from Cambridge railway station to Trinity Hall (~1.5 miles, ~25 minutes), leave the station and head straight ahead down Station Rd. At the traffic lights, turn right down Hills Rd. Follow this straight road for 1 mile, passing the Old Lady and the English Martyrs Church, as well as entrances to Downing College and Emmanuel College.
You will reach a fork in the road near St Andrew the Great Church (on your left), this is marked by a pair of gates across the road next to Lloyd’s Bank. Take the first left at Lloyd’s Bank along a pedestrianised shopping street called Petty Cury, and then cross the Market Place to Great St Mary’s Church, opposite which you will see a large stone classical building: The Senate House. Along the right hand side of this runs the Senate House Passage, which leads directly to the Trinity Hall main gate.
There are dockless sharing bikes in Cambridge, including Mobike and Ofo. There is also more traditional cycle hire.
- Mobike. Look out for the grey and orange bikes: https://mobike.com/uk/
- Ofo. Look out for the yellow bikes: https://twitter.com/ofo_bicycleuk
- Rutland Cycle hire: www.rutlandcycling.com/pages/cycle-hire-cambridge/
- City Cycle Hire: www.citycyclehire.com/
For buses, take the No. 1 service, which departs every 5-10 minutes for the city centre. A single costs £2.60 and a day rider for multiple journeys costs £4.30. This stops in Emmanuel Street and will involve walking the remainder of the journey to Trinity Hall. Walk towards the Grand Arcade shopping centre main entrance, turning right into St Andrew’s Street. This will bring you to Sidney Street, where you will reach a fork in the road near St Andrew the Great Church (on your left), and EAT. This is marked by a pair of gates across the road next to Lloyd’s Bank. Take the first left at Lloyd’s Bank along a pedestrianised shopping street called Petty Cury, and then cross the Market Place to Great St Mary’s Church, opposite which you will see a large stone classical building: The Senate House. Along the right hand side of this runs the Senate House Passage, which leads directly to the Trinity Hall main gate.
A taxi will cost approximately £6 and can be pre-booked here. Alternatively, there is a taxi rank on the right hand side as you leave the station. Uber operates in Cambridge, but Lyft does not.
Getting to Cambridge and Trinity Hall by Road
Vehicle routes: www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/uploads/vehicle-routes-2018.pdf
If you are driving to Cambridge, please note that several roads in and around the city centre have restricted access and are open only to buses and taxis or at particular times of the day. These routes are protected by rising bollards, and you are advised to take note of all warning road signs to avoid encountering them. We strongly recommend visitors arriving by car use the excellent Park & Ride services into the city centre.
Parking costs £1, buses leave every ten minutes and a return bus ticket into town costs £3 for an individual. Group tickets are also available, see here for more details.
There are Park and Ride car parks at Trumpington Road (J11 M11/A10), Madingley Road (J13 M11 Northbound only), Cowley Road (A14/A10 North) Newmarket Road (A14 Stow-cum-Quy exit) and Babraham Road (A11/A1307). See here for more details.