DPC Glasgow

11 University Gardens
Glasgow G12 8QQ


DPC York

37 Tanner Row
York YO1 6WP 


DPC Melbourne

The University of Melbourne
Victoria 3010 
































Registered Address
Arabesque House
Monks Cross Drive
YO32 9GW

William Kilbride

Executive Director
Email: william DOT kilbride AT dpconline.org 
Tel: +44 (0) 141 330 2252


Amy Currie

Training and Grants Manager
Email: amy DOT currie AT dpconline.org


Andy Jackson

Preservation Registries Technical Architect

Email: andrew DOT jackson AT dpconline.org


Sharon McMeekin 

Head of Workforce Development
Email: sharon DOT mcmeekin AT dpconline.org 
Tel: +44 (0) 141 330 4508

John McMillan

Head of Administration and Finance
Email: john DOT mcmillan AT dpconline.org

Sarah Middleton

Head of Advocacy and Community Engagement
Email: sarah DOT middleton AT dpconline.org
Tel: +44 (0) 1904 601952


Jenny Mitcham

Head of Good Practice and Standards
Email: jenny DOT mitcham AT dpconline.org
Tel: +44 (0) 1904 601849


Ellie O'Leary

Administration Manager
Email: eleanor DOT oleary AT dpconline.org


Michael Popham

Digital Preservation Analyst
Email: michael DOT popham AT dpconline.org


Anna Perricci

Senior Manager, DPC Americas

Email: anna DOT perricci AT dpconline.org


Angela Puggioni

Community Engagement Manager
Email: angela DOT puggioni AT dpconline.org


Karyn Williamson

Digital Preservation Analyst

 Email: karyn DOT williamson AT dpconline.org

Paul Wheatley

Head of Research and Practice
Email: paul DOT wheatley AT dpconline.org
Tel: +44 (0) 1904 601871 


Robin Wright 

Head of Australasia and Asia-Pacific
Email: robin DOT wright AT dpconline.org


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University Gardens, Glasgow

By Car
There is very limited car parking directly adjacent to the Glasgow Office but nearby car parks may be found on Ashton Road, Lilybank Gardens and Kelvinbridge Subway Station.

By Public Transport
The Glasgow office is close to the Hillhead stop on the Subway. From the Subway, exit left onto Byres Road and take the first left signposted Ashton Lane. Follow the lane all the way round until it meets University Avenue, take the second left onto University Gardens and find the office on the left hand side of the road.

By Rail
Glasgow is served by two central railway stations, Glasgow Queen Street and Glasgow Central Station, each of which have stops on the subway system. 

By Air
Glasgow airport is around 10 miles west of the city centre. Connections to and from the University may be made by bus or train.

Tanner Row, York

By Car

There is one disabled parking space available, please ask to book this in advance. The parking area is to the left hand side of the building. If being dropped off by taxi or car, please ask to be dropped at the side entrance as there is a ramp to the entrance. There is also a large car park directly opposite our side entrance, with secure parking available 24 hours a day.

By Public Transport
Tanner Row is adjacent to York's central bus interchange on Rougier Street which is served by all of the main bus routes into and out of the city centre.

By Rail
Tanner Row is very close to York Railway Station. To find the office, cross the road directly in front of the station. Turn left and pass through the city walls throughthe arch ahead of you. Walk past the front of the Grand Hotel York. The office is directly through the large gates at the far side of the hotel.  

By Air
Leeds-Bradford Airport and Manchester Airport are the most convenient airports for York. There is a half-hourly bus service to Leeds station, from which frequent trains are available to York, and there are direct trains from Manchester Airport which take around 2 hours.

London airports (Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted) have excellent international air connections, with onward travel to York consisting of a 45-75-minute Underground (or train plus Underground) journey to London King's Cross station, followed by the 2-hour train journey from King's Cross to York.

University of Melbourne, Australia 

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