Durham university speed dating
At the crossroads, go straight on, past the Main Library and the entrance to the Science site.
The first turn off to your left is for Grey Grey and Collingwood Colleges. Alternatively, if you get on any of the Park and Ride buses marked PR2, they will bring you to Ustinov College.
You’ll wonder why you’ve never thought of doing this before after spending time speaking to like-minded men or women who are also searching for that special person.
The aim of the speed dating event is for representatives from community groups and organisations to meet postgraduate researchers and academic staff from across the University to find out more about each other and explore possibilities for collaborative research on any topic.
It is a short walk into town from the Train Station. You will travel down a dual carriageway for 1.5 miles. Move into the right hand lane and filter slightly right up the hill. Drive on the A167 to the Cock of the North roundabout (junction with the AI77). There are 20 spaces are available in the College but these are subject to availability.
At the roundabout, go straight ahead towards the City Centre. Stay in the left hand lane and just before the next roundabout, take the left filter lane. Take the Durham A177 exit into South Road and follow it for approximately half a mile.
This event is support by an AHRC Collaborative Skills Development grant and a Centre for Academic Research Development (CARD) events and conference grant, Durham University. From the Marketplace, facing the statue of the Horse (Marquess of Londonderry) take the left hand street out of the marketplace (past Greggs the bakers).
The meeting will take place in the Holgate Room, Grey College. Turn left onto the street leading over Elvet Bridge, heading towards the Swan and Three Cygnets.
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With over 200 societies to join, you are sure to find a place to have fun, relax, make friends and learn new skills.
The Riverside Bar and Café is the students’ union social space that offers a full weekly programme of events including Buskers Night, Pub Quiz, Sports Wednesdays, Jazz and Swing Night and Late Night Lounge.
Music The Students’ Union have a vast supply of musical societies from A Capella Choir to Big Band to Rock where you can get involved.
If you would rather listen as perform, check out regular live bands at the Head of Steam, the Gala or try one of the many music festivals in and around Durham City Centre.