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The Møller Conference Centre

The Moller Conference Centre and grounds

An award winning, purpose built, dedicated management training and conference venue set in 42 acres of parkland in the grounds of Churchill College, and close to the historic City centre. The Møller Centre utilises stunning Scandinavian design architecture to maximise the benefits of natural light creating a relaxing and inspirational setting for delegates. All conference facilities and meeting rooms benefit from air conditioning and the centre is fully equipped with state of the art technology including wireless broadband throughout. There is ample free parking as well as access for delegates with special needs. Moller Centre TowerDuring breaks between sessions, delegates can relax in the spacious Tower Lounge Bar or enjoy the roof terrace with its Cambridge city views.

The centre also offers fine dining restaurant facilities, luxury en-suite accommodation and a fitness centre (free to residents).

Road approach to Møller Centre

For further enquiries about the Møller Centre facilities: Tel: +44 (0)1223 465500 or email moller.reception@chu.cam.ac.uk For more information see http://www.mollercentre.co.uk

How to find the Møller Centre

The Møller Centre is conveniently located at the crossroads of the UK's main transport network, being just one mile from the M11 motorway and a short taxi ride from Cambridge railway station. Click on link to download a [pdf] map of Cambridge (Møller Centre marked with a red ring). The Møller website location page provides further detailed information that may help you plan your journey.

Travelling by car

For delegates travelling by car using navigation devices, please note that these devices are not providing accurate information for the last stage of your journey. Click to download Møller Centre location map.

Please note that Storey's Way, when entering from Huntingdon Road (A1307) has width restrictions. If your car is wider than 2m, please approach Storey's Way from the Madingley Road entrance. On entering Storey's Way from Madingley Road you will pass the main entrance to Churchill College on your left, immediately after which is a left turn into the grounds leading to the Conference Centre. Proceed along the drive, past the Masters Lodge and the Møller Centre car park is on your left. The Centre has free parking for 150 cars.

For rail or coach travel to The Møller Centre

By rail from London regular services run from King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations to Cambridge with journey times of approximately one hour. Cambridge also has a direct connection to London Stansted airport. Routes from the north and midlands run via Peterborough. See National Rail enquiries.

By coach there are regular services to Cambridge from all major cities and airports. See National Express http://www.nationalexpress.com 08705 808080

How to find the Trinity Hall Wychfield site

The Trinity Hall Wychfield site is located on Storey's Way, a few minutes walk from the entrance to Churchill College and the Møller Centre. From the entrance to the Møller Centre turn left onto Storey's Way and follow the road as it curves round to the left. On your right you will pass a sign for FitzWilliam College, and the entrance to the Trinity Hall Porter's Lodge is just beyond it on the right hand side. It takes approximately 8 minutes to walk door to door from the Study Centre to the Porters Lodge at Trinity Hall.

Travelling by bus within Cambridge

Cambridge has a network of buses run by Stagecoach. The buses that run along Madingley Road are the Citi 4/Uni 4 and the Madingley Road Park and Ride bus (alight at Grange Road or JJ Thompson Avenue). Buses running along Huntingdon Road are the Citi 5/ Citi 6 (alight at Storey's Way). From these routes it is a short walk to The Møller Centre.

There are no direct buses from the railway station to The Møller Centre. Take a Citi 1 or Citi 3 to the city centre (Drummer Street) and from there change to a Citi 4 or the Madingley Road Park and Ride. For further information on bus travel in Cambridge and timetables please follow the link below for further information.

Taxi information

Taxi ranks (for Hackney Carriages)

  • Drummer Street
  • Railway Station
  • St Andrews Street

Nightime ranks

  • Outside Boots (Sidney Street)
  • Market Hill

Taxi telephone hire

During your stay at the Moller Centre, taxis can be pre-booked to Cambridge City Centre or other destinations. Please enquire at Moller Reception for details. Local taxi firms are also listed below:

  • Camtax Taxis [http://www.atlascabs.co.uk/]
    (01223) 242424
    booking@camtax.co.uk
  • Panther Taxis [http://www.panthertaxis.co.uk/] (Waterbeach)
    (01223) 715715
    info@panthertaxis.co.uk
  • Abacus Airport Cars Cambridge [http://www.abacusairports.com/]
    (01223) 292949
    bookings@abacusairports.com
  • City Gate Cars (01954) 261111 Airport transfers
  • City Gate Cars (01954) 782822 Local journeys

Airport Information

All the major London airports are readily accessible via road and rail. Please follow the links below for further information.

Conference packages

See options and fees for residential and non-residential packages on Registration page.

Note: All packages include refreshments, mineral water, computer and wifi access throughout, free use of PC workstations in public areas, AV/IT technician, stationery, copy of programme and a CD ROM of abstracts and keynotes.

Refreshments and Dining Arrangements

Dining area for RITWIT conference

Breakfast: Full English or continental (residents only)

Lunch: Four course hot and cold buffet lunch in the Restaurant or extensive Finger Buffet, served with mineral water, tea and coffee (plus orange juice with Finger Buffet).

Dinner: Sumptuous Table D'Hote or hot and cold buffet including wine, mineral water, cheese, biscuits and coffee.

Refreshments during the day (on arrival, mid morning and mid afternoon) comprising:

  • Coffee (standard and decaffeinated)
  • A selection of traditional and fruit/herbal teas
  • Cans of soft drinks
  • Mineral waters
  • Celebrations chocolates
  • Fresh fruit
  • Danish pastries, home-made cookies and cakes

Free speciality teas and coffees available throughout the day.

Møller Centre Accommodation

Moller Centre bedroom for Research Into Teaching with Whole class Interactive Technologies Conference

Accommodation deposits of £50 per night should be sent as soon as possible, and no later than the Abstracts deadline of December 1st, in order to secure a room. See Registration page for form and details of costs. (Deposits are refundable if and only if a paper is not accepted and the author then decides not to attend.)

  • Four star equivalent standard
  • All rooms ensuite
  • Extra large working area
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Tea/coffee facilities and biscuits
  • Fridge/mini-bar
  • Free multi-channel TV
  • Direct dial telephone plus message facility
  • Free high speed wireless broadband Internet
  • Room service for late arrivals

Note: Some ensuite twin rooms are available upon request.

Delegates are advised that The Møller Centre accept no responsibility for loss or damage to their property or for any loss other than in respect of death or personal injury resulting from the Møller Centre's negligence. Delegates are therefore strongly advised to insure their property appropriately.

Alternative accommodation options

We are also able to offer a reduced cost option at approximately £60 per night (incl. VAT) in the form of student accommodation on the Trinity Hall Wychfield site, only a short walk from the Møller Centre. All rooms are modern single/ensuite with tea and coffee making facilities. Breakfast can be booked at the Møller Centre

We hope that most residential delegates will stay at the Møller Centre or Trinity Hall. However for students and other academic delegates who wish to stay offsite, the following website which offers a rebate scheme may be of interest: http://www.hotelscombined.com/City/Cambridge.htm. Such delegates will need to be responsible for their own arrangements and transport; please note that Cambridge traffic can make travel through the city rather slow. Finally, if delegates are interested in booking an apartment for their visit to Cambridge the following links may be useful: http://www.cambridgeapartments.co.uk or http://www.citystayuk.com