Travel Directions, Economics of Hope, Nov 2015

Author: poppy | Date: 21 May, 2015 | Category: Action | Comments: 1

Travel Directions

to

The Ecomonics of Hope

Saturday 7 November 2015, 11am to 5pm

Doors open from 10am

St Michael’s Centre, Stoke Gifford, Bristol BS34 8PD.

General Directions:

This weblink takes you to a leaflet with a map and a summary of various options, including buses.

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How to get there by train:

Bristol Parkway station is a few minutes walk from the conference venue. Come out of Bristol Parkway station into the car park. Walk to the left, past the bus stops, to the second zebra crossing. Cross here. Continue in the same direction for a few yards. Go through white gate on your right (signposted ‘St Michael’s Church’). Walk along the path through the churchyard, past St Michael’s Church, cross the green and go past the Old School Rooms to the new St Michael’s Church Centre. This takes about five minutes.

How to get there by car:

Come off the M4 on junction 19 towards Bristol. Take junction 1 off the M32 and follow signs (right) to Bristol Parkway Station. This will take you up a dual carriageway to a large roundabout, turn right (4th exit) passing Sainsburys on your right. Keep following signs to Parkway Station. It will be best to park in the station car park. It’s a few pounds for the day. There is little parking around the church itself (about 6 spaces immediately outside the Old School Rooms – best kept for disabled, and also a few more around the green).

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Comments on "Travel Directions, Economics of Hope, Nov 2015"

Helen I. Barrett:

June 1, 2015

I can make it for the conference by train from Brixham (Paignton) on the day, but if I want to come to the Annual Members Meeting as well, any chance of overnight accommodation?


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