|From August 2004 there wil be a further 47 ensuite rooms available at Balliol College, giving a total of 110 on one site.|
Christ Church, Oxford's largest College, is launching its own Christ Church Series of major conferences. For brochures and further information, please contact Alex Webb on 01865 276 174.
A major cleaning and refurbishing project has started in Keble College's Hall, the longest of the University. Glorious colourful painted panels are currently hidden under dust and grime which has been accumulating on the ceiling since 1870. The cleaning is progressing fast and once finished, it will enhance the magnificence of the hall making it an exceptional venue for private dinners.
Work has commenced on new conference and accommodation facilites in Museum Road. 70 en suite rooms will be available in Lincoln Hall with provision for disabled guests. On the ground floor of the new Lincoln/EPA Science Centre there will be a lecture theatre, with a seating capacity of 100, and a seperate room for social events.
At St Anne's work is in progress to increase capacity and, by Easter 2005, the College will be able to accommodate residential conferences of up to 300 delegates during the holiday periods.
St Peter's College has recently built an elegant new conference and seminar centre at its main site in the heart of the city. The recently completed Dorfman Centre makes provision for the disabled and will seat up to 60 for lectures or 40 at tables. The building is constructed entirely of wood making it efficient and quiet - the ideal venue for receptions, conferences and seminars.
Wadham College has become the first in the University of Oxford to achieve recognition as an Investor in People. The award is for good working practices, recognising organisations which care for and develop their staff. So you can be sure that if you book a conference, you will be well looked after by a happy team!
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