Arriving by Air

Gatwick, Heathrow and Luton airports are within two hours drive, and Stansted is just a 40 minute journey.

London Stansted – +44 (0)844 335 1803 Visit the London Stansted website

London Heathrow – +44 (0)844 335 1801 Visit the London Heathrow website

London Gatwick – +44 (0)844 335 1802 Visit the London Gatwick website

London Luton – +44 (0)1582 405 100 Visit the London Luton website

Cambridge International – +44 (0)1223 373 535 Visit the Cambridge International website

Arriving by Train

Cambridge railway station has a frequent service from London King’s Cross, the Midlands and the North and a direct link from Stansted Airport, as well as plentiful local services. Cambridge railway station is situated 2 miles from Churchill College.

Cambridge is a 50 minute journey from London King’ Cross and Liverpool Street stations. For further information call the National Rail Enquiry number 08457 484950.
Visit the National Rail website.

From the station you can either get a bus – see below – or a taxi, which will cost around £5. Or it’s about a 45 minute walk (through the city centre).

Arriving by Bus

Information on bus services in Cambridge can be found on the Cambridge City Council website.
Visit the Park & Ride website

The Uni 4 bus stops near to the College on Madingley Road and includes stops at the Botanic Gardens and Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
View the bus timetable.

The Citi 4 bus stops at the same stop, and goes between Cambourne and the bus station in the city centre.
View the bus timetable.

Arriving by Coach

Coach services are available from London Victoria. National Express Airport services run to and from UK airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted. For further information call +44 (0)8717 818 178.
Visit the National Express website

The X5 coach from Oxford, Milton Keynes, and Bedford stops outside the college on Madingley Road.
Visit the Stagecoach X5 website

Arriving by Car

Please see the Churchill website
Taxis from the train station will cost around £5 to get to Churchill College.

Cycling in Cambridge

Cambridge is ideal for cycling – it’s flat and the centre is closed off from traffic apart from buses and taxis. We’ve got a cycle map in each of the conference bags if you want to go further afield.