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Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Betty and Gordon Moore Library, Glass Room

Visitor information

Location: Wilberforce Rd, Cambridge CB3 0WD

Map: http://map.cam.ac.uk/Betty+and+Gordon+Moore+Library

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Parking

The Betty & Gordon Moore Library forms part of the Centre for Mathematical Sciences site in the west of Cambridge and has two main entrances: Vehicle access to the site is from Wilberforce Road via Madingley Road. Vehicles coming from outside Cambridge should exit at Junction 12/13 of the M11. As on-site parking is restricted to permit-holders only, alternate parking can be found at either the Madingley Park & Ride or the West Cambridge Park & Cycle facilities. Pedestrian and cycle access is from either Clarkson or Madingley Road. The former is the main access point (with plenty of cycle spaces) and is less than a 10-minute walk from the main University Library building or 10-minute cycle from the town centre. From The Backs, use Burrell's Walk and turn right along Grange Road and then left into Clarkson Road. Take the foot/cycle path on the right just after passing Wolfson Court, and the entrance to the Centre for Mathematical Sciences site is on the left.

Disabled Access

Lift access to floor and flat level throughout. For further assistance: http://moore.libraries.cam.ac.uk/readers-disabilities


Venue details

Short name: CMSBGMLGR

Description: Open teaching space with fixed desks, movable seating, substantial plug points for personal devices, as well as AV provision such as projector and speakers.

Capacity: 80 seats or workstations