The Inclusive Innovation Conference will take place in a brand-new auditorium located at the Bradfield Centre on the Cambridge Science Park. With a mix of tiered and flat floor seating, this is a cosy, informal event space which lends itself perfectly to the interactive nature of the conference.
Located north of Cambridge city centre, Cambridge Science Park boasts excellent transport connections. Once you enter the Science Park at the first roundabout take the right exit, and then the first left, follow the road round, The Bradfield Centre is in the middle of the crescent, the large black and white building with yellow stripes.
The Bradfield Centre
184 Cambridge Science Park
Cambridge North Station is just over a 1km from the eastern end of the Science Park so a 15-minute walk approximately. National Rail enquiries – www.nationalrail.co.uk
AA Route Planner – www.theaa.com/route-planner (to find the Bradfield Centre using in-car satellite navigation please use the following postcode: CB4 0GA). There is limited parking, please contact Rachel Kerr if you require a space.
Cambridge Science Park is served by two stops for The Busway (Buses A, C, D, N), the guided bus route between Huntingdon, St Ives and central Cambridge. Comprehensive bus timetable and fare information is available through Cambridgeshire County Council www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/transport/around/buses
About the Bradfield Centre:
The Bradfield Centre is a collaborative entrepreneurial community of technology start-ups and scale-ups housed in a stunning building at the heart of the Cambridge Science Park. The new Centre is expected to become the gateway and focal point for Cambridge’s ever-expanding technology cluster. If you would like more information on the Auditorium, perhaps to discuss organising an event there, please email email@example.com