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Bristol is accessible by the M4, M5 and M32. For full driving instructions to the Hall, enter the postcode BS9 1AE into your SatNav or use a navigation site such as Google Maps or the AA Route Planner.
Parking onsite is available free of charge.
Bristol Temple Meads is the largest train station located in the city and is both nearer and better connected by public transport to the conference venue than Bristol Parkway. Use thetrainline.com to plan your journey.
From Bristol Temple Meads station
There are taxis outside the main entrance of Bristol Temple Meads station. Ensure you ask for Wills Hall, Parry's Lane (there are several other University of Bristol buildings called Wills!).
Bus numbers 1, 41 and 54 run to and from the White Tree Roundabout at the top of Parry's Lane (see point A in the map below). The roundabout is roughly a 5-10 minute walk to Wills Hall. All these buses run to and from the city centre and the number 1 and 54 run to and from Temple Meads. The First Group has an online timetable on their website; just follow the links to 'Timetables' in the menu.
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Bristol Airport is 13 km south of the city and has scheduled flights to many UK and European cities. To get to Wills Hall from the airport you can travel by coach or taxi.
The Bristol Flyer coach service calls at Bristol Bus and Coach Station and the Triangle in Clifton. From there you can take a taxi or a bus (bus stop located a short walk away). See bus information above.
Checker Cars offer taxis from Bristol Airport. The journey should take around 30 minutes.