Thank you for booking to attend CALC’s European regional conference, which is being held in Cardiff this year. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful city.
Cardiff is a compact, friendly capital city in Wales. Discover pop-up dining, intimate gigs and global sporting events. We have national museums, a spectacular castle, and a 76,000 seater stadium right in the heart of the city.
The 2 day conference will be held at the Principality Stadium which is in the heart of the city centre. It’s the home of Welsh rugby and a popular venue for concerts and events. Please click on the link below to access the programme for both days. This is currently a provisional programme and is subject to change.
An important part of the CALC conference experience is the opportunity to meet and socialise with colleagues from across the Commonwealth. This conference is no different and the programme includes a dinner on the evening of Wednesday 24 May at the Coal Exchange Hotel in Cardiff Bay. This is a beautiful venue full of history and character. To find out what’s on the menu please click on the Learn More button below.
Optional events may be arranged on the following dates:
23 May (evening plans ahead of the conference start)
25 May (evening plans following the final day of the conference)
26 May (day tour or trip).
Please note these events will only go ahead should there be sufficient interest. Some of these activities will also come at an additional cost. More details will be available soon.
There are many different options for you to get to Cardiff. Cardiff has its own airport and is well connected with train and bus services across the United Kingdom. Find out what the different options are by clicking on the Learn More button below.
We have been able to secure a limited number of special rate rooms for conference delegates. By clicking on the button below you will be directed to details of those and some of our other recommendations. Cardiff has a wide selection of accommodation and we are sure you will be able to find a place to suit your own requirements.
Did you know Wales has its own language? Welsh is a Celtic language which is spoken by 582,000 people. Welsh speakers are predominantly found in Wales however the language is spoken across the world in Patagonia, Canada, Australia, New Zealand. Click on the Learn More button to learn a few phrases.