The Cambridge Dementia Course takes place in Homerton College Conference Centre within the grounds of Homerton College in Cambridge UK, approximately 50 miles north of London. The College was founded about 300 years ago and is an attractive venue with a mixture of old and new buildings in extensive grounds. The course is being held in the old part of the college which is full of character.
All accommodation at Homerton is ensuite, with shower, toilet, basin, towels and some toiletries. There is also a bathroom on each floor if you prefer to have a bath. Breakfast is served from 7.30-8.45am. If you prefer to choose alternative accommodation there is a large number of hotels in Cambridge. Evening meals can be booked at Homerton but are not included in the course fee. Alternatively you can choose from a wide selection of restaurants in the city centre.
The Porters Lodge is open 24 hours a day so there is no problem if you want to arrive late.
A bar is available in the evening from 6.00pm to 11.00pm.
Accommodation can be booked for the night before the course, however please note that dinner will not be available that evening.
Directions will be provided prior to the course, but the Google map opposite shows the location of Homerton College on Hills Road, which is on the south side of Cambridge, only 20 minutes walk from Addenbrooke's Hospital.
If you are travelling by car, there is a large free car park on site.
If travelling by public transport, the College is about 15 minutes walk from Cambridge railway station. There is a bus stop outside the College which goes to the railway station, as well as to the bus station in the centre of Cambridge which is approximately two miles away.