The venue for the 15th
conference will once again be the London University's Royal Holloway
College. Noted for the Founder's Building, which is modelled on the
Chateau de Chambord in the Loire Valley, the flamboyant architecture
make this one of the most spectacular university buildings in the
world. The College was officially opened by Queen Victoria in 1886 and
includes the world-famous Picture Gallery housing a unique collection
of Victorian paintings and Chapel with its fine reliefs and vaulted
The parkland campus, bordering
Royal Windsor Great Park, is conveniently situated 20 minutes from
Heathrow Airport, 5 mins from the M25 motorway (junc 13) and 35
minutes from London's Waterloo Station (Eurostar services). The
conference will have exclusive use of the Windsor Lecture Building
which offers state of the art meeting facilities. There is ample car
parking on campus.
The historic town
of Windson is just 5 miles away for the campus.
Crowned by the stunning Windsor
Castle – the
largest and oldest inhabited castle in the world and the Queen's
favourite weekend home – and linked by the beautiful River
the Royal Borough has a rich mix of history, culture and heritage.