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The JISC/CNI Meeting 2004

The future of scholarship in the digital age

Co-ordinated by UKOLN

The De Vere Grand Hotel, Brighton
8 - 9 July 2004


Introduction | Programme | Booking Form | Venue

The Venue

Brighton is often referred to as 'London by the sea', exciting, charming and cosmopolitan, it offers something for everyone, ranging from the magnificent Royal Pavilion built by the Prince Regent in 1822, to the delightful labyrinth of shops known as 'The Lanes'.

The De Vere Grand Hotel - Dating back to 1864, this magnificent 5 star hotel has earned a reputation for well-appointed accommodation, excellent cuisine and a superb Leisure Club.

The majestic building has been designed in elaborate Italian Renaissance style with intricate balconies and gleaming white fašade. The hotel features a magnificent reception area with marble pillars and a sweeping staircase.

The De Vere Grand commands centre stage on Brighton's seafront, overlooking the English Channel and easily accessible by road, rail and air with Heathrow Airport only 1 1/2 hours away and Gatwick closer still, just 30 minutes. Regular train services run right to the heart of London into Victoria Station and the M23 motorway provides a direct route to the capital.

Further details about the location and hotel contact can be find on the De Vere Hotel Web site.

 

Introduction | Programme | Booking Form | Venue


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