An impressive, flexible, stylish and unique conference and events venue in the heart of East Anglia. Newmarket Racecourse is a premier venue for conferences and events ranging from small business meetings to large scale conferences with up to 500 delegates.
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Having opened in 1975 as the first National Museum outside of London, the National Railway Museum is now the largest of its kind in the world. Steeped in heritage & history the former locomotive depot houses many famous & record breaking locomotives including Mallard & Bullet Train. The elegant surroundings are sure to add prestige to any event.
Reading FC Conference and Events, based at the impressive Madejski Stadium, provides the perfect backdrop to any conference or event. The function suites range in capacity from 2 delegates up to 500 with versatile event space from modern conference rooms overlooking the pitch to more traditional spaces that showcase the club’s
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Our People: Wayne Spicer
This month we’re introducing Wayne Spicer, Conference Services Manager from the University of Sussex who works for Chartwells, part of the wider Compass Group UK & Ireland family. Each year Wayne has the task of raising over £20k a year for his chosen charity, so why does he do it?