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The University of Wolverhampton has recruited three new people to join its Conference Department. Assistant Conference & Events Manager Sarah Gamble will focus on selling the facilities at Wolverhampton, Compton Park and Walsall. Sarah used to be a self-employed events consultant.

Meetings & Events Co-ordinator Sara Williams will based at the Telford Campus. She has over 10 years events experience, working for large hotel groups such as the Holiday Inn.

And Meetings & Accommodation Co-ordinator Ross Kemble will be working in the summer at Walsall, as accommodation bookings at the campus are fully booked from June-Sept.

Louise Callaghan, Conference Development & Events Manager said: "The University’s multi-million pound investment in its new buildings is opening up exciting opportunities for our department. We also made the decision to reduce our accommodation and meeting room rates a year ago and the volume of bookings has increased. We now offer group accommodation from £15 pppn and a day delegate rate of £22.00 pp."

The University continues to modernise and expand as part of its multi-million pound New Horizons building programme, which is due to be completed around 2007. The first phase of the project saw the completion of the £26-million development of the City Campus, including the flagship Millennium City Building.,

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