Click on the link below to register as a conference delegate. Registration is through a 'shopping basket' on the Lancaster University website. Please follow these steps:

1. Add the correct delegate registration fee to your shopping basket then complete your registration details. Click on the Triple Helix logo in the shopping basket to return to the selection options.

2. Add any evening events you would like to attend (FREE PLACE)

3. Add any evening events you would like a partner to attend (£65 each)

Register here


River Thames boat trip and dinner

Monday 8 July 2013

The Dixie Queen

The hosts of the Triple Helix Conference 2013 are delighted to be able to offer you a dinner with a difference on the first night of the conference. The Dixie Queen, a luxurious replica of a 19th century Mississippi Paddleboat, has been chartered for a 4 hour cruise on the River Thames exclusively for Triple Helix conference delegates.

The Dixie Queen will depart from the Tower Millennium Pier on the north bank of the Thames and pass under Tower Bridge, which will open for the Dixie Queen to pass. As she travels down the Thames towards the Thames Barrier the open decks will give you an excellent view of the historic docklands area, the Canary Wharf towers and the O2 Arena (the Millennium Dome).

Inside you will be entertained by a jazz band and the Dixie Queen's chefs will serve you a delicious buffet dinner. Tables on the upper and lower decks seat 6 – 10 to create a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

The Dixie Queen is fully air-conditioned in the summer months and is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

This cruise and dinner are included in the conference fees, but as there are only 360 places available we ask you to book a place. You can also book a place for a partner at £65 per person, so please book quickly to avoid disappointment.

Lincoln's Inn Event

Tuesday 9 July 2013

Lincolns Inn

The official conference event will take place in the spectacular Great Hall of Lincoln’s Inn. Opened by Queen Victoria in 1845, the Great Hall is the largest hall of any of the Inns and is considered to be one of the most distinguished buildings designed by Philip Hardwick working in the Tudor Revival style. On the North Wall is a huge and magnificent fresco executed by G.F. Watts, the Pre-Raphaelite painter, showing the world’s law givers from Moses to Edward I.  

The largest and oldest of the four Inns of Court, formal records of Lincoln’s Inn date back to an entry in the Black Books in 1422. The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn is an active society of barristers, judges and law students, whose members have dined on this site since 1490.  

Set in spacious, beautifully maintained private gardens right in the heart of central London, the Inn occupies most of the 11 acre rectangle formed by High Holborn on the north, the Royal Courts of Justice on the south, Chancery Lane on the east and Lincoln’s Inn Fields on the west. This historic legal quarter is a short walk from the conference venues in the Bloomsbury district of central London.  

We chose this unique venue to provide a sumptuous backdrop to this event. Seating will be arranged at small tables to allow delegates to circulate and meet a wide range of other delegates.

This event is included in the delegate fees, but you can book an additional place for a partner at £65 per person.

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