The Cardiff hub will be located at the Jurys Inn, housed in a grand Victorian building. Click here to visit their website.

Jurys Inn
1 Park Pl.
CF10 3UD
United Kingdom

By Coach

The nearest bus station is just a 2 minute walk away on Greyfriars Road. Cardiff airport is a 35 minute drive and is also accessible by bus. For more information, visit the National Express website.

By Rail

The hotel is a minute stroll form the nearest train station Cardiff Queen Street station.

Cardiff has direct routes to Bristol, Bath, Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham, and other main towns and cities. Cardiff Central Station is conveniently located in the city centre. For information on trains within Wales visit Transport For Wales; To Cardiff from London, Bristol, Bath, Southampton, Portsmouth, Exeter visit Great Western Railway; and to Cardiff from across the UK: National Rail

By Road

Cardiff is easily accessible via the M4 motorway, which runs through the north of the city, with central London only a 3 hour drive away. From the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland it is a straightforward drive via the M6, M5 and M50/M4. From the South and South West of England the approach is by the M5 and M4. Access from West Wales is by the M4.

Cardiff has three Park & Ride sites to the North, South, and West of the City, these can be an easier option than trying to park in the city centre. For information on parking in Cardiff or park and ride services, click here.

If driving to the hotel, head west on A4161 and continue to follow. Turn left onto Kingsway, continue left onto Greyfriars Rd and then turn right onto Park Place. Take a left before Bellini’s into the car park.

If you require any assistance planning your journey, please e-mail stating where you are travelling from and your preferred method.

Key dates

Registration deadline (in-person only):

12 November 2021

Late registration deadline (Online only):

Until full


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