An outline of the programme is given below. A detailed schedule is available here (10MB pdf file). There may be slight changes to the final schedule for contributed talks. Speakers should note that contributed talks should not last more than 20 minutes.
Sunday 8th July: Delegates arrive and register. Arrival information is here.
Monday 9th July - Friday 13th July: The main conference programme will run each day between approximately 9am and 6pm
except on Wednesday when the afternoon will be free and delegates who purchased tickets should join the conference excursion.
There will be a one-hour invited lecture each morning and afternoon (except on Wednesday afternoon) and also parallel sessions of contributed talks.
A problem session is scheduled for 2pm on Friday and the British Combinatorial Committee Business Meeting
takes place at 11.50am on Tuesday. There will also be a meeting of the ICA at 5.30pm on
Tuesday at which a number of recent medal winners
will be presented with their awards.
On the evening of Tuesday 10th there will be a concert at 7.30pm organized by David Penman. Please note that a piano will be available; let us know if you have any other specific requirements. The concert will include a rendition, sung in a round, of Sumer is icumen in - the oldest song written in English which was first transcribed by a monk at Reading Abbey. Here (pdf) are the music and words.
The conference banquet will be on Thursday 12th July.
On Friday afternoon, between 2pm and 6pm,
there will be a coach to transport delegates to the railway station departing every 30 minutes.