Getting to Agile on the Beach
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- For the conference and accommodation please use the main university campus entrance: TR10 9LX
- For deliveries to the conference use: AMATA, Falmouth University, Penryn Campus, Parkengue, Penryn, TR10 9EP
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Travelling by Train:
The nearest train station to the campus is Penryn. Which is on the Maritime Line branch and connects to the mainline at Truro station.
It’s about 5 hours from London Paddington with usually just one change at Truro and there are frequent services throughout the day. There are also Cross Country trains via Plymouth from the North.
Great Western also offer the Night Riviera Sleeper between the West Country and London Paddington, more details on this can be found via their website.
The conference is about a twenty minute uphill walk from Penryn station or a short taxi journey (there is no taxi rank at the station, but local taxi numbers are provided below). During the peak arrival time on the Wednesday afternoon and evening (between 3pm – 7.20pm) we will provide a free courtesy shuttle bus from the station to the campus, details of this bus will be provided closers to the time.
Travelling by Car:
• Take the A30 west from Exeter until you reach the A39 sign-posted Truro
• Drive through Truro following signs A39 to Falmouth
• Follow the A39 towards Falmouth until you come to the Treliever roundabout where you will see signs to the Penryn Campus
• At Treliever roundabout take the first exit and the campus is on the right
Please note: We advise that satellite navigation systems are not used to locate Campus. Please follow signs for Penryn Campus.
Parking at the Campus:
Parking is available in the main campus car parks. These car parks are about a 5 minute walk to the AMATA building. The campus operates a pay as you leave barrier system. (At the time of writing this, March2019, the daily charge was £6p/d)
Disabled parking facilities are available on campus.
There is no conference parking at the AMATA building itself, but there is access for sponsors and speakers for loading and unloading of equipment. Please contact the team directly firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to bring a car up to the AMATA building, as it is not accessed via the main campus entrance.
Flying to Cornwall:
NOTE: As of summer 2019 the Flybe London to Newquay flight will operate from Heathrow, not Gatwick.
The closest airport to the conference is Newquay, which is about a 45-minute drive to the conference.
Flybe operates 4 flights a day from London Heathrow, plus daily flights from Birmingham and Manchester and Aer Lingus flies to from Dublin. Newquay airport is also served by a small number of other European flights. For more information on flying to Newquay Airport visit their website.
Coastline Travel operate from Newquay Airport, if you mention you are travelling to the conference and wish to share transfers they will help facilitate this 01637 860006. AOTB takes no responsibility for organising airport transfers.
Travelling by Coach or Bus:
National Express coaches stop in Penryn.
Local buses U1, 2, 41 and 88 run from Falmouth Moor, via Penryn, to the University campus. For bus services within the southwest visit www.travelinesw.com
Local Taxi Companies:
The taxi companies listed here are provided for information only and are not recommendations:
- Abacus: 01326 212141
- Able Cabs: 01326 373007
- Century Taxis: 01326 212000
- Checkers Taxis: 01326 212127
- Falmouth & Penryn Radio Taxis: 01326 315194
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Alternatively ‘The Pasty Connection’ is a well established (and much loved by residents of Cornwall) lift sharing Facebook group, they have also recently launched an app.
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