Norfolk Farming Conference
2 February 2017
Directions to the John Innes Centre
Address Norwich Research Park, Colney, Norwich, UK, NR4 7UH
Tel +44 (0)1603 450 000
Fax +44 (0)1603 450 045
The John Innes Centre (JIC) and Sainsbury Laboratory (SL) are located four miles west of Norwich, on the Norwich Research Park, adjacent to the Institute of Food Research (IFR) and five minutes’ walk by footpath from the University of East Anglia (UEA) campus.
John Innes Centre
From London / the South – take M11 north, then A11 / A14 northeast to Norwich. At ‘Thickthorn’ roundabout, take second exit onto A47, take exit off A47 onto B1108 (Norwich). To enter Colney Lane take the right turn at the first set of lights (signposted Norwich Research Park). The main entrance to JIC/SL is the first turn right at the next set of traffic lights.
From Birmingham / Midlands – A47 to Norwich, and take the B1108 exit (Norwich). To enter Colney Lane take the right turn at the first set of lights (signposted Norwich Research Park). The main entrance to JIC / SL is the first turn right at the next set of traffic lights.
Norwich Airport is linked to major UK provincial centres and internationally to Schipol (Amsterdam). Norwich Airport is north of the city, approximately 20 minutes by taxi from JIC. London Gatwick and London Heathrow airports are linked by Underground rail to central London (journey time approximately 1 hour). Alternatively, a Jetlink bus service operates between London’s Heathrow, Gatwick and Stanstead Airports and Norwich.
Trains leave hourly from central London (Liverpool Street station) to Norwich (journey time approximately 2 hours). Taxis are available from the station, approximately 15 minutes journey to JIC.
About the conference
Hear from industry-leading speakers at the Norfolk Farming Conference. Bringing together agricultural experts, innovative businesses and practical farming advice, the conference has developed a reputation as an essential event in the region's farming diary.
Anglia Farmers (AF) is the largest agricultural buying group in the UK with a buying power in excess of £ 250 million. The organisation is growing rapidly and provides an extensive range of products and services to more than 3500 members. AF's busy trading desks are seen as an extension to the farm office employing specialist buyers to save time and money for members on key farm inputs and other business costs such as electricity, telecommunications and general supplies.
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