Nottingham is home to some of the best shopping areas in the UK, an exciting cultural calendar and recognised nationally for the quality of its restaurants and bars, this city has it all. Nottingham has a compact city centre, pedestrianised streets and tram systems making it easy to get around.
Nottingham is rich with history and culture, from Robin Hood and the enchanting Sherwood Forest to the Nottingham Castle to literary heroes such as DH Lawrence. The city is full of popular history-based tourist attractions including the City of Caves, Lace Market, The Galleries of Justice and the City’s ancient pubs. The city also contains several notable museums and art galleries as well as large music and entertainment venues. A dynamic county capital packed with fascinating history, magnificent architecture and a buzzing social scene, Nottingham mixes urban city with tranquil country surroundings to offer something for all.
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Accommodation and Facilities
Accommodation for the Spring Meeting is located at the University of Nottingham Jubilee campus, in Newark Hall. Bedrooms are all en-suite single occupancy accommodation, and the cost of accommodation includes full English breakfast each morning. The conference accommodation rooms are en suite, providing a shower, WC and wash basin. The rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, a toiletry pack, bed linen, towels and complimentary Wi-fi. Hair dryers are available from reception in exchange for a deposit.
Check-in is from 15.00 on day of arrival, and check-out is until 10.00 on day of departure.
Breakfast: Breakfast will be served in the Atrium, opposite Newark Hall, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Breakfast is included for the following morning if you have booked accommodation for a night.
Refreshment Breaks: There will be Tea, Coffee and biscuits served in the morning and afternoons of each day of the conference, and this will be in the Business School South.
Lunch: A buffet lunch will be available to delegates. Alternatively, there are limited options from a small number of catering outlets which will be open on the campus during the conference.
Exhibition Area and Conference Rooms
The Business School South lies at the heart of the Jubilee Campus, next to the catering atrium and Newark Hall of Residence. All sessions will take place in the Business School South, along with daytime catering. Posters and exhibition space is also located in the Business School South.
The Conference delegate registration is located in the Business School South foyer and opens on Monday at 11:00. At the registration desk you will be able to collect your conference materials and delegate badge. Please wear your conference badge at all times, this is a security requirement and will enable you to identify fellow delegates.
The Registration Desk will be open at the following times:
Monday 4 April 11:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 5 April 08:00 – 18:00
Wednesday 6 April 08:00 – 18:00
Thursday 7 April 08:00 – 12:00
Other Useful Information
Smoking: There is to be no smoking in any University buildings, including bedrooms.
Wifi: There is complimentary Wi-Fi for all delegates on Jubilee Campus. A link of how you can access this is available here: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/it-services/services /wireless/uonguest.aspx.
Fire Safety: Instructions on what to do in the event of fire are prominently displayed within each delegate bedroom should there be a fire incident within the accommodation area. There are also fire safety instructions in the meeting rooms.
Campus security can be reached 24 hours on (0115) 951 3013.