Book Tickets

Tickets for ORFC 2020 will go on sale in the Autumn.

The deadline for refunds is 21st December.

The 2020 conference will once again take place in the St Aldates Church and the Oxford Town Hall. In the Church there will be open space networking, stalls serving simple street food at lunch times and in the evenings, and an evening bar.

As in previous years, evening dinners are available at the wonderful Vaults & Garden and Turl Street Kitchen. Tickets for these meals can be purchased alongside tickets to the conference.

The callout for programme contributions will happen in due course.

Tickets
The following tickets will be available here:
Both days – £120 (£60 for small farmers / growers / primary producers; £90 for individuals / small non-farming organisations)
3rd Jan only – £80 (£40 for small farmers / growers / primary producers; £60 for individuals / small non-farming organisations)
4th Jan only – £80 (£60 for small farmers / growers / primary producers; £90 for individuals / small non-farming organisations)
Bursaries for both days – £20 – see here to apply for a bursary ticket.

Early registration
In 2020, early registration will take place the night before, from 6pm to 9pm, in St Aldates Church. Food and drinks will also be available, so it is recommended to arrive the evening before if you can.

Food
There will stalls serving simple street food in St Aldates Church where delegates can purchase food at lunch on both days and in the evenings of the 7th and 8th. The conference will also host more formal dinners at the Vaults & Garden and Turl Street Kitchen on the 8th.

Tickets for these dinners are £TBC and available to purchase alongside tickets to the conference. Turl Street Kitchen will be serving pasture-fed beef and Vaults & Garden will be serving organic lamb – with both offering a hearty vegetarian option as well.

Accommodation
Please see the accommodation page for more details and please book early.

*Remember – tickets sell out quickly so get yours ASAP*

We are really looking forward to the 11th year of the conference and to hosting some fantastic sessions – we hope to see you in January!