Further information (maps, parking, travel, etc.): see www.bcra.org.uk/#events
Admission charges (payable on door) will be £5 (BCRA members £4, undergraduate students £3). This charge includes tea/coffee in the morning and afternoon. The cost of lunch is not included but there are suitable venues within walking distance of the venue.
For information about the venue, including accommodation, please contact Dr Phil Hopley, Department of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, BS8 1SS. +44 117 928 9111. Phil.Hopley[at]bristol.ac.uk
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