Meet Cambridge and its venues are following the official Government and Public Health England advice about the COVID-19 outbreak.  A number of our venues are now open again for small meetings and our academic venues are working hard behind the scenes in preparation for when they can open again too.

The news about lectures at the University of Cambridge moving online until 2021 was in relation to lectures only; the teaching of smaller groups in seminars and tutorials will continue as much as possible (read the full statement from the University here) where the Government guidelines permit. 

Preparation for Reopening

Venues that are now open for small meetings have adopted rigorous new safety measures to ensure that organisers and delegates are safe and secure.  

The city itself is now open and visitors will find new safety measures in place restaurants, shops, museums. 

Meet Cambridge

The Meet Cambridge team is working remotely to ensure that the Meet Cambridge service to its clients and its member venues can continue to operate in these unprecedented times.  If you are planning future events, we would be delighted to help you find your perfect venue.

Please be assured that we are here to support you, if you have any questions at all, please email enquiries@meet-cambridge.com 

Organisers who have questions and concerns about events already booked in the future should contact the respective venue(s) for further advice and guidance.

Official Guidance & Resources

The best source of information for visitors is Public Health England

Read the latest UK Government Action Plan for COVID-19.

Advice for Tourism Business and the latest travel information is also available from VisitBritain/VisitEngland

University of Cambridge latest guidance on COVID-19

Travel Advice

Up-to-date information from Government advice on safe travel

London Stansted Airport

London Heathrow Airport

London Gatwick Airport

Greater Anglia (Trains)

Stagecoach (Bus)

National Express (Bus)