Fees & Policies

Fees

Early Bird (before or on 31st July, 2022)Late (until 15th August, 2022)
Non-student£185£205
Student£120£135
Accommodation£43.75 (single room), £72.91 (twin room), per night.£43.75 (single room), £72.91 (twin room), per night.
Excursion£30£30
Conference banquet£42£42

Payment can be made by debit or credit card or by requesting an invoice. Invoices will be issued within one week of registration.

Registration fee includes:

  • Welcome reception with drinks and buffet.
  • Access to scientific sessions, exhibition area and poster sessions.
  • Conference documents.
  • Coffee breaks, lunches and dinners (excluding optional conference banquet).
  • Refreshments during the poster sessions.

Accommodation:

95 en-suite rooms (90 single, 3 twin and 2 accessible) have been reserved for delegates in Durham University’s Grey College. Rooms can be booked on a per-night basis and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Delegates may need / wish to book accommodation in one of Durham’s many high-end or budget hotels.

Conference banquet:

The conference banquet will take place on Thursday 7th September in the Great Hall of Durham Castle, which sits at the heart of Durham’s UNESCO World Heritage Site across the green from Durham Cathedral, and is home to the students of University College, part of Durham University. You will be served a three-course meal, an average of two glasses of wine per person and a coffee or tea.

Excursion:

The conference to Beamish Museum will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday 6th September. Beamish Museum is much loved and one of the best tourist attractions in the whole of England. It is an open-air, living museum and tells the story of life in the North East of England in the 1820s, 1900s, 1940s and 1950s. The fee includes transport to and from the museum and entrance into the museum.

Cancellations

Until XXX – total amount will be refunded.

Between XXX and XXX – total amount will be refunded, less £XXX administration fees.

From XXX – no refunds.