The workshop will take place in the Vernon Harcourt Room at St Hilda's College. The college was founded in 1893 and it is celebrating its 125 anniversary this year. It is one of the largest colleges in Oxford and it offers the unique college experience that the University of Oxford is known for.
Address: St Hilda's College, Cowley Place, Oxford, OX4 1DY.
Once you reach Cowley Place: Walk straight up the street and on your right hand you will see St Hilda's porters' lodge, on your left hand you will see Magdalen College. If you continue straight, you will enter into the the St. Hilda's College premises - the Vernon Hartcourt Room will be accessible through a white door on your left hand. There will be signs along the way directing you towards the right place.
From Oxford city centre: The college is within walking distance from the city centre. Walk on high street until you reach the roundabout and then turn right and walk on Cowley Place.
From the train station: Take bus No. 1 or bus No. 5 towards Blackbird Leys and stop at the bus stop called "The Plain"; it is the first bus stop on Cowley Street. From there, St Hilda's College can be reached within at most 5 minutes of walking.
If you are coming from London by bus: If you are coming from London using the X90 bus or the Oxford Tube bus , the buses stop at St. Clements street, very close to the roundabout. From there, it is only a 5-minute walk to reach St. Hilda's College.