Conference Venue: Kellogg College, University of Oxford, 60-62 Banbury Road, Oxford.
Kellog College has dedicated disabled parking spaces but space is limited.
The city centre is a 15 minute walk away and buses run regularly along the Banbury Road. There is also limited pay and display street parking available on surrounding streets. There are a number of efficient Park and Ride sites at strategic points around the city, offering delegates easy and environmentally friendly access to Banbury road.
Details on college accommodation can be found HERE
Availability for all Oxford colleges can be found HERE or via the links below. Please note that college bed and breakfast through University Rooms is not always up to date and can change as new terms start.
Rewley House Worcester College Exeter College Somerville College St Annes College St Antonys College Keble College St Hughs College
Details on getting to Oxford by air, rail and coach can be found HERE
Oxford is a lovely city. It is particularly nice in summer. For those who are visiting Oxford for EBM Live 2022, below are some lesser-known things to do in Oxford.
Walk around Port Meadow
Oxford is home to a wonderful large meadow. It is lovely to wander through on a summer’s afternoon or evening. You can even pop into its accompanying river if you get a sweat up. Port Meadow is a pleasant 15-minute walk from The Said Business School, this year’s EBM Live venue. The google map link is here.
Grab a coffee at Brew
North Parade is where the locals of north Oxford hang out. It has a great selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants. For the best coffee in town, head to Brew, a small, hip store tucked into the end of North Parade.
Grab Brunch at Gee’s
Just around the corner from Brew is one of my favourite restaurants in Oxford Gee’s serves breakfast, lunch and dinner – all of which are very tasty. The best part about Gee’s is the restaurant itself: it’s designed like a glasshouse, with a completely transparent glass roof. It’s great rain or shine.
Wander around the streets of Jericho
While Oxford’s city centre is bustling with tourists and (mainly) franchise stores, Jericho, Oxford’s northern suburb, is alive with buzzing graduate students, locals and professors. It is full of nice cafes and pubs, and also has some very pretty streets. My favourite is Observatory, where all the houses are a different, matching colour – think a Wes Anderson film.