• Wessex Advanced Endoscopic

  • Sinus Surgery Course, Winchester


Welcome to the official website of the Wessex Advanced Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Course, Winchester, UK.


Course Information


Centre For Learning Anatomical Sciences (CLAS)
Medical Education Academic Unit
Level B, South Academic Block (Dept AB21)
Southampton General Hospital
Tremona Road
Southampton, SO16 6YD
Tel: 023 8120 5763

Please note: parking is available by arrangement at the designated course hotel, but is very restricted on or around the hospital site.

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Course Organiser:


Mr. A RokadeWinchester and Southampton

Guest Speakers:


Professor PJ WormaldAustralia


Mr. Sal NairNew Zealand



Mr. S RobinsonNew Zealand


Mr. A SamaNottingham


Mr. S LeongLiverpool


Mr. E DaviesCrewe


Mrs. C Lengton HewerBristol


Mr. H SalehLondon


Mr. R BhallaManchester


Mr. N MathadSouthampton


Mr. R SalibSouthampton


Mr. P HarriesSouthampton


Mr. S DennisSalisbury


Mr. S AhmedBirmingham


Southampton Area

Download list of suggested Accomodation in Southampton Area

Winchester Area (approx 25 minutes driving dostance from the course venue)

The Winchester Hotel, Worthy Lane: 01962 709988
or email to:- reservations@thewinchesterhotel.co.uk

This hotel is walking distance from the hospital (10-15 min) and the station (5 min).

Heading South on M3(car)or on A34 from Oxford direction
Exit Junction 9 signed Alresford / Winnall trading estate. Fourth exit on roundabout , marked A34 to
Midlands/Newbury. **Shortly after (approx 他 mile) the road forks, follow Right fork A33 Basingstoke.
Take first left B3047 signposted to Winchester/Kings Worthy. Continue on same road,Winchester Hotel is 1.5 miles along on right.

If coming from Oxford direction on the A34 South, you will be able to exit onto the B3420 signed Winchester. This is Andover Road. As you enter the outskirts of Winchester, turn left into Park Road. Follow the road to its end, turn right onto Worthy Lane and Winchester Hotel is on the right after a short distance.

Heading North on the M3(car)
Exit Junction 9, signed A34. Winchester (ignore A272 Winchester). Second exit marked A34 to Midlands/Newbury, follow directions as above.**

Alternative Accommodation
There are plenty of alternative hotels of differing standards:

The Wessex, Paternoster Row 4* 01962 861611

Hotel du Vin, Southgate Street (Boutique) 01962 841414

The Winchester Royal Hotel 3* 01962 840840

Travel Inn (A34 Sutton Scotney and A335 Eastleigh)

Travel Lodges (M3 Winchester Services and Southampton Airport)

These are both useful websites for B&Bs and general information about Winchester.

About Winchester

Winchester is a historic city and former capital city of England. It is the county townof Hampshire, in South England. The city lies at the heart of the wider City of Winchester, a local government district, and is located at the western end of the South Downs, along the course of the River Itchen. Winchester developed from the Roman town of Venta Belgarum, which developed from an Iron Age oppidum. Winchester's major landmark is Winchester Cathedral, one of the largest cathedrals in Europe, with the distinction of having the longest nave and overall length of all Gothic cathedrals in Europe.

For more information on winchester, please visit http://www.visitwinchester.co.uk/


By AIR: Southampton Airport is 15 minutes by road or rail to Winchester. FLYBE and a number of low cost airlines operate services within the UK and Europe. London Heathrow is 50 miles away and London Gatwick is 72 miles. Coaches do leave Heathrow and Gatwick that stop at Winchester every 2 hours- www.nationalexpress.com . The alternatives are to catch a coach from HRW to Woking train station and link with a train to Winchester or to catch the Tube (HRW) or train (GTW) to Waterloo and then follow instructions below.

By RAIL: There are direct, regular trains from London Waterloo (1 hour), Southampton and Poole (South West trains). The Eurostar terminal at Waterloo provides an easy connection from continental Europe. Winchester is also served by the cross-country network, with direct trains from Scotland, the North-East, the North-West and the Midlands (Virgin trains). Winchester station is located to the north-west of the city centre and is a 5-10 minute walk from the city centre and the RHCH hospital. There is a taxi rank at the station.

By ROAD: Winchester lies just off junctions 9 to 11 of the M3, for access from the south coast, London and the M25. It is at the southern end of the A34 for access from Oxford, the Midlands and the North. For access from the West Country, Winchester is 7 miles south of the A303. Follow directions to the city centre and then directions to the RHCH Hospital

Excellent maps of the city centre, access roads and parking are available at: www.visitwinchester.co.uk/MapsSubMenu/

For more information on winchester, please visit http://www.visitwinchester.co.uk/

To register, please contact our team or fill the form
and we will come back to you at our earliest convenience.

Course Organiser:

Ashok Rokade
Email: ashokrokade@hotmail.com

Email Us : info@winchestersinuscourse.co.uk

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