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How to get to

The Venue

This year the Wellbeing Symposium will make its debut at the stunning Augustine Hall at Canterbury Christ Church University.

This impressive space, the largest in the city, includes a 450-seat auditorium perfect for large concerts and events, including BBC’s Any Questions, animation festival, Anifest, and on 22nd February, the biggest Wellbeing Symposium to date.

Those attending will be able to move around in comfort and enjoy as many of the various workshops, talks and activity stations taking place within the hall – located in the University’s Library and Student Services Centre.

Augustine Hall is located on Rhodaus Town road, adjacent to Canterbury East railway station, and opposite the bus station – making public transport an easy option.

For those using a sat nav, here’s the

Full address:

Augustine Hall
Canterbury Christchurch University
Rhodaus Town
Canterbury, Kent
CT1 2YA

Getting there

By Car

The Wellbeing Symposium on Rhodaus Town road, located near the heart of the historic Canterbury city centre, off the A28.

We’re only 7.5 miles from the M2, a major route into the South East from London.

Getting there

By Train

Canterbury has two major railway stations; Canterbury East and Canterbury West.

The closest to Augustine House is Canterbury East, which is around 1hr 30m from major London stations.

1hr 24m from London St Pancras International, 1hr 30m from London Victoria.

Canterbury West is a further walk to the venue, and takes around 1hr 50m from London Victoria.

Getting there

By Bus

The venue is located opposite the Canterbury bus station on St George’s Lane, in the city centre.

There are National Express coaches which arrive and depart from the bus station regularly travelling between London Victoria Bus Station, Bluewater, Dover and bus stops inbetween.

There are also regular transport links to many destinations in the east Kent area including Folkestone, Hythe, Deal, Sandwich and Thanet.