Join us for a day trip to the historic cathedral town of Gloucester, where we will visit the cathedral and see, among other things, the tomb of Edward II and the effigy of Robert Curthose, eldest son of William the Conqueror.
This year’s annual EMREM summer excursion will take place on:
Friday 13th June 2014
We intend to catch a train directly from University Station to Gloucester (we aim that our outgoing trip will leave University at approximately 10.30am and that we will return to University at approximately 5.30pm – more detailed instructions will follow soon).
This is a fantastic opportunity to explore and appreciate the rich heritage of Gloucester, along with a friendly group of like-minded postgraduates.
The EMREM Forum has been granted funding for this trip from the University’s Postgraduate Research Development Fund, which allows us to subsidise the cost of travel and food. As a result, places will be limited and reserved on a first-come first-served basis. Booking is essential – please email us by midday on Thursday 12th June 2014 to reserve your place (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We look forward to hearing from you soon.