|imago at Holywell Park, a brand new day conference centre that launched in March of this year, has gone from strength to strength. |
imago at Holywell Park offers – at ground floor level - a tiered 160 seat lecture theatre, a 306sqm exhibition area and data access points adjacent to a tea, coffee and pastry bar. On the first floor, there are 6 training rooms, seating 12-15 delegates. Four of the rooms converge to two, each seating 24 and 30. There is also a tea, coffee and pastry bar plus a split-level restaurant seating up to 50. A selection of hot and cold 2 course lunches are served from here or a fork buffet may be served in the exhibition area downstairs. A business centre open on the ground floor caters for fax, print and internet access needs.
‘imago at Holywell Park is verifying its description as a meetings ‘hub’ in a central UK location’ said Donna Naylor, Commercial Marketing Manager, imago. ‘It’s attracting local, national and international interest mainly because of it’s great geographical position and its connection to main transport routes, but also because it presents such a paradox; it is situated in a peaceful and beautifully scenic landscaped surround, yet it is less than 3 minutes from the major north- south thoroughfare, the M1’.
The layout and versatility of the site lends itself to a variety of different types of events, product launches, team meetings, and motorway meetings are all held regularly at Holywell Park.
Holywell Park is a dedicated day conference centre designed with the businessperson in mind. It is not open for general access and all meeting space is booked in advance so there is no risk of being unable to secure meeting space or data accessing points. It is designed and decorated to a high specification but it is also functional from a business perspective. There is ample free parking and the landscaped grounds allow the business delegate to focus on the task in hand in terms of meeting objectives.
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