Additional Information

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Parking

Parking is available on campus and charges will apply between the following times:

  • Monday to Thursday: 7am – 7pm
  • Friday: 7am – 5pm

All other periods will be free of charge

Payment can be made by presenting a debit/credit card at the barrier on entry and again on exit and the system will calculate the tariff due and deduct it from your card account. Alternatively payment can be made at one of the three pay stations on campus before exiting.

Please note that if you arrive before 7pm Mon -Thur (5pm Fri) or leave campus after midnight you will be charged for the whole time your car is parked.

A free shuttle bus service will operate between car parks and the Main Tent both morning and evening.

Please do not park on road-ways, on yellow lines or on grass banks/edges.  You should not park anywhere other than official car park spaces. If you do, you risk having your car clamped.

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Disabled Parking

The disabled car park is next to the New Horizon Main Tent. It is available for Disabled Badge Holders at £2 per car per morning. There is no evening charge. To gain access to the Disabled Car Park, speak to the Car Park steward who will direct you to the Control Room to get a pass. You’ll need to display both the New Horizon Pass and your Blue Disabled Badge at the event.

Please do not park on roadways, on yellow lines or on grass banks/edges. You should not park anywhere other than official car park spaces. If you do, you risk having your car clamped.

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Accessibility

Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Signing will be provided during the Bible Teaching and Evening Celebrations.

Special Celebration for people with learning disability

This is a relaxed time of interactive worship, prayer and Bible teaching using an easy to read version of the Bible, as well as some fun and drama. Organised by Prospects volunteers on Wednesday morning (9th August) in M102, Upper Octagon at 11:30 this Celebration is open to everyone.

Visually impaired

If you require large print or Braille of the songs please contact the New Horizon office in advance.

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Refreshments

Breakfast, lunch and snacks can be purchased in the following locations:

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Mornings 11:00–11:45

Bob & Berts
Main Entrance Tent

Express point within the Mission Resources Area

Two Express points at the rear of the Main Tent

The Bridge
University Main Buildings

Moka
University Main Buildings

Lunchtime 12:00–14:00

Bob & Berts
Main Entrance Tent

U:EAT
University Main Buildings

Moka Riverside
University Main Buildings

Evenings

Bob & Berts
Main Entrance Tent

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Accommodation

New Horizon is a non-residential event. If you need somewhere to stay there is plenty of accommodation in the local area and in the University residences on campus.

Click here to book University Campus accommodation

For on-campus accommodation you should contact the University Accommodation Office, Tel: 028 7012 4088, Email: accommodationc@ulster.ac.uk

For local accommodation contact Coleraine Visitor Information Office, Tel: 028 7034 4723 or http://www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com/Places-to-Stay-A85

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Book Aid

We continue to support Book Aid through the generous donation of books people no longer need. Christian books, Bibles, children’s Ladybird books (both Christian and secular), are re-distributed around “book famine” areas of the world. Please continue to support this cause.

The Book Aid Van will be located in the disabled car park adjacent to the Main Tent.