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Aberystwyth Travel Information, WIGS 28th Annual Members’ Conference

With thanks to Rose Simpson for kindly providing this information.

We are looking forward to seeing delegates in Aberystwyth next week for the WIGS 28th Annual Conference. Please see the latest conference programme (which includes room details).

A map of the Aberystwyth University Penglais Campus is available on https://www.aber.ac.uk/en/maps-travel/maps/#buildings. Town and travel maps are also available from that source.

The WIGS conference is in the Medrus Conference Suite which is in the Penbryn building, to the north/left of the main entrance to the campus from Penglais Road. The Medrus conference rooms are on the first floor of the building. The Porters’ Lodge is also on your left as you enter the campus. Porters are always willing to help with directions and other campus problems. The stop for buses which will take you into town is nearby. It is, however, often quicker to walk than wait. Buses are reasonably frequent during term and the bus journey is 5-10 minutes, dependent on traffic. Walking from campus to town is downhill and takes about 15 mins or less if you hurry. From town to campus is uphill, so that time depends very much on the individual. Taxis run from the train station, which is by the bus station, and cost under £5.

traveline.cymru is useful for finding travel information in Wales.

Please contact Rose Simpson at rosepenbanc@gmail.com if you need further information.

I hope your journey goes well.

Regards, Rose

Quick links: Conference Programme   Campus Map  Accommodation & Location info



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