Kettering Conference & Leisure Village

Max Capacity 2000
Kettering Conference & Leisure Village is one of the most centrally located venues in the UK for meetings, conferences, exhibitions and special occasions. We have excellent road links with the A1(M), M1 and M6, and only 55 minutes by train from London we are the perfect location for both national and local events.
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Meeting & Event Room Capacities Reception Theatre Boardroom U Shape Din/Dance Cab Lunch/Dinner
Arena 2000 2000 - - 800 800 -
Lighthouse Auditorium - 560 - - - - -
Fair Isle 500 500 - - 360 250 420
Portland 120 168 48 40 - 84 -
Pendeen 75 98 36 28 - 49 -
Longstone - 42 28 24 - 32 -
Bamburgh - 30 22 18 - - -
Farne - 25 18 16 - - -
Bede - 25 18 16 - - -
Grace Darling 40 - - - - - -
Gallery Atrium 300 - - - - - -
Lakeside 200 150 - - 150 100 200
Lantern - 60 34 28 - 36 -
  • Nearest train

    Kettering 0.45 Miles

  • Car Parking

    Onsite (600 spaces)

    Cost: Free

  • Nearest Junction

    M1 JCT 15A 15.04 Miles

  • Nearest Airports

    London Luton Airport

    Airport 38.36 Miles

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Many of our venues have strong relationships with local hotels to provide accommodation for events they host. Our central sales team can also assist with larger group bookings. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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  • Computer Equipment
  • Sound Equipment
  • Wi-Fi
  • AV technician
  • Back Projection Kit
  • Dancefloor
  • Flipcharts
  • LCD/Data Projector
  • Lectern
  • Microphone
  • PA System
  • Screen
  • TV
  • Staging

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Facilities & Leisure

  • Aerobics
  • Leisure/Health Club
  • Sauna
  • Tennis/Squash
  • Beauty Facilities
  • Lake
  • Swimming Pool - Indoor
  • Auditorium
  • Dance studio
  • Fitness suite
  • Sports hall
  • Squash court
  • Theatre
  • Training room

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Case study

We know it's important that you have confidence in our ability to deliver exceptional events. What better way to do this than with case studies of previous events. We are working on case studies for this venue. We always love to hear from our customers and get their feedback, so if you have some feedback, please contact us.

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Kettering Conference & Leisure Village, part of The Venues Collection, is a contemporary all-purpose conference, event and exhibition centre, ideally located in the Heart of England and perfect for any national event.

With an array of meeting rooms to accommodate from five to 2,000 people, options include a conference auditorium, the Lighthouse, which has 560 tiered seating making it ideal for conference presentations, award ceremonies and product launches.

There is also an Arena which provides 2,000m2 of exhibition space which can also accommodate larger conferences and events.

Kettering’s flexible events space works equally well as a popular weddings venue with two suites - the Fair Isle and Lakeside - overlooking a stunning nine-acre lake, teeming with birdlife.

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