ThRaSH 2013 will take place in the Penbryn building in MedRus 1, located on the Penglais campus of Aberystwyth University.

The best way to get to Aberystwyth is probably by train. If you are not from the UK the best airport is Birmingham International. There is a direct train connection from Birmingham International to Aberystwyth (contrary to what the university travel information claims). If other airports are more convenient for you or if you prefer to travel by car you can find more travel information in the university travel information.

You can easily find information about Aberystwyth, in particular about hotels and guest houses. Most of them are located in the town centre. Aberystwyth is not very large and virtually everything is in reasonable walking distance. The walk from the town centre to the university campus takes about 20 minutes up a hill that is a bit steep but that rewards you with a beautfiful view of the Irish sea once you reach the campus. If you do not feel like walking you can either use a bus or take a taxi. Taxis can be found at side of the railway station. In both cases, you want to get off at the main entrance of the Penglais campus.

 Getting to the workshop when you are in town

 The workshop takes place in room MedRus 1 in the Penbryn building on Penglais campus.

  • If you decide to get here on foot, from town go uphill along Penglais Road (A487). The main entrance to the university is on your right, there are signs and the main reception is clearly visible. Penbryn is on the left just behind the reception, there are signs pointing to it. The walk from town should take about 20 minutes.
  • If you rather go by bus, take the bus services 1 or 03. Get off at the main entrance of the university. It should take slightly more than 5 minutes by bus. Time tables are available.
  • If you come by car the post code for your sat nav is SY23 3BY. Please go to the main reception and request a visitor's parking permit.