Contents

Introduction

Code of Conduct

When and Where?

Absence

Duties

Transport

Catering

Wifi

Social Media and Photos

Introduction

Thank you.

Without your support, there wouldn’t be a DDD East Midlands Conference. Thank you for being an involved and encouraging community.

This is going to be a great day full of amazing talks, exhibition stalls and more. We can't wait to meet you all and hope you have a fantastic day.

Code of Conduct

Please familiarise yourself with the Code of Conduct.

All involved in the DDD East Midlands Conference are subject to Code Of Conduct Page.This is not just for the day of the event, but for all presence of DDD East Midlands including Social Media.

Please make sure you are familiar with it and adhere to it at all times to create the most inclusive and friendly event for all involved.

Should you have any concerns regarding the Code of Conduct before, during or after the event, please contact the organisers. See the contact page for information.

Code of Conduct

Please familiarise yourself with the Code of Conduct.

All involved in the DDD East Midlands Conference are subject to Code Of Conduct Page.This is not just for the day of the event, but for all presence of DDD East Midlands including Social Media.

Please make sure you are familiar with it and adhere to it at all times to create the most inclusive and friendly event for all involved.

Should you have any concerns regarding the Code of Conduct before, during or after the event, please raise this in our shared crew slack (#code-of-conduct).

When and Where?

When

You will be organised into shifts that cover half the day. Morning shift comprised registration through to the start of lunch. Afternoon shift covers lunch through to helping tear down.

Setup and orienteering

25th October 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm.

Morning shift

26th October 2019 7:30am - 1:00pm.

Afternoon shift

26th October 2019 1:00pm - 7:00pm.

Where

The Nottingham Conference Centre

Absence

If you can't make your shift/will be late please let the organisers know as soon as possible via the crew slack.

Transport On The Day

Taking the train

Head to Nottingham Train Station

Nottingham Station is the mainline train station close to Nottingham city centre. The train station is a 15 minute walk from Nottingham Conference Centre, but for those new to the city, it might be easier to take a taxi or use Nottingham’s tram NET (Nottingham Express Transit) system. Directions to the station tram stop are signposted throughout the train station building. The Conference Centre is located between the Royal Centre and Nottingham Trent University tram stop. Take a tram heading to either Phoenix Park or Hucknall. Exit the tram at the Royal Centre, continue down Goldsmith Street taking the first right turn onto Burton Street where you will find the Nottingham Conference Centre entrance on the left.

Driving

Directions to Park and Rides

From the north, exit the M1 at junction 26 and follow the signs for the A610 towards Nottingham city centre.

There is a Park and Ride (tram) facility situated close to the M1 junction 26. The Park and Ride (Phoenix Park) site is clearly sign-posted off the A610.

Leave the tram at the Nottingham Trent University tram stop which is located on Goldsmith Street and walk past the main University entrance, turn left on to Burton Street where you will find the Nottingham Conference Centre entrance.

From the south, exit the M1 at junction 24 and follow the signs for the A453 to Nottingham city centre.

The Queen’s Drive Park and Ride is located just off the A453 (Queen’s Drive), follow signs for A453 / Queen’s Drive Industrial Estate and merge on to the A453 (Queen’s Drive). The Park and Ride is located on the opposite side of the road to the retail park and is clearly sign-posted.

Alight from the Park and Ride bus on Lower Parliament Street (Victoria Centre); Nottingham Conference Centre is a short walk away.

Car parks

Car parks in the city centre are clearly signposted from all major approach routes. There are two car parks close to Nottingham Conference Centre, Trinity Square car park on North Church Street and Talbot Street car park. For satellite navigation systems please use the following information:

Trinity Square car park: postcode NG1 4BR
co-ordinates 52.956785,-1.149316

Talbot Street car park: postcode NG1 5GG
co-ordinates 52.956143,-1.154433

Catering

Food and Dietary Requirements

Lunch and snacks will be provided on the day. This will be a hot buffet lunch and the options will be chefs choice on the day.

All food is prepared in kitchens where nuts, gluten and other allergens could be present. As the menu descriptions cannot include all ingredients, we will try to cater to the requirements you listed as part of your ticket registration.

Here is an example menu provided by the menu to give you an idea of what might be provided for lunch:

  • Stir fried vegetables and beans in a Korean style bulgogi sauce
  • Chicken, leek and mushroom pie topped with shortcrust pastry
  • Lamb rogan josh served with naan and mango chutney
  • Parmentier potatoes
  • Steamed coriander rice
  • Medley of garden vegetables
  • Carrot, spring onion and sultana salad
  • Spiced cous cous

Alcohol

We will not be serving alcohol as part of the event and ask that you don't bring any with you as we are not licenced.

Coffee

There is a coffee cart at the event being run by Cartwheel Coffee, thanks to our Sponsors UNiDAYS.

Wifi

There will be free Wifi on the day

This is provided by the venue and we will give out details on the day.

Social Media and Photos

Feel free to take photos and post on social media before, after and during the event. There are just a few guidelines we ask you to respect.

Photographs

We will have a coloured lanyard system at the event to indicate whether attendees are OK with their photo being taken and used.

  • Green — It’s fine for their photo to be taken
  • Red — Do not include me in your photos or promotional material

You will be able to pick your lanyard on registration.

Social Media Posts

Please use any of the below information to tag us. If using our hashtag or handles though, please avoid promoting anything that doesn’t align with our code of conduct.

DDD East Midlands on Social Media

    Hashtags: #DDDEM | #DDDEM2019

Social Media and Photos

Feel free to take photos and post on social media before, after and during the event. There are just a few guidelines we ask you to respect.

Photographs

We will have a coloured lanyard system at the event to indicate whether attendees are OK with their photo being taken and used.

  • Green — It’s fine for their photo to be taken
  • Red — Do not include me in your photos or promotional material

You will be able to pick your lanyard on registration.

Social Media Posts

Please use any of the below information to tag us. If using our hashtag or handles though, please avoid promoting anything that doesn’t align with our code of conduct.

DDD East Midlands on Social Media

    Hashtags: #DDDEM | #DDDEM2019