Jelinek in the Arena. Sport, Cultural Understanding and Translation to Page and Stage Lancaster University Home Page
11-13 July 2012, Lancaster University UK
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All three events will take place at the Lancaster University campus – at the Conference Centre (no. 25 on the map, registration here, too), and the Nuffield Theatre.

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Transport Guidance

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION: will be in the Bailrigg Conference Centre (building no. 25 on the campus map);

Arriving by train
The university can easily reached by bus from the train station using the X1 service which departs from the shelter across the road from the station taxi rank. The service runs approximately every 20 minutes and in case of bad weather there is a clear view of the stop from the station waiting room. The university is the final stop on this route and a single ticket costs £1.60. Inexpensive taxis are always waiting at the station taxi rank.

Bus travel around the city
A number of bus services run between the university and the city centre; these are: 2, 2A, 3, 4 and X1. The university bus stop is located outside the chaplaincy centre and buses are very frequent. A return ticket costs £2.25 and is valid on all services, including the X1 train station service.

Taxi travel
Local taxi services can be contacted on: +44 (0)1524 32090; +44 (0)1524 35666 and +44 (0)1524 848848. Please also see the university’s ‘How to find us’ webpages at:

By Car
You can ask for a free car parking permit when you register; or, do please get in touch with the conference office and request this: (pick up when you register)


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