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Imago announces refurbishment of Holywell Park

Posted on 9th November 2016 by Sarah Carless

Imago has completed the first phase of its refurbishment project at its specialist conference and exhibition venue – Holywell Park.

Holywell Park already offers a large exhibition area, nine versatile meeting rooms and a well-equipped lecture theatre which can seat up to 200 delegates. The venue also benefits from spacious break out areas, one of the fastest free Wi-Fi networks of any conference centre in the UK at 400mbps, state-of-the-art AV equipment and ample free parking.

The first stage of the project at the AIM Gold accredited venue concentrated on the first floor with improvements to all eight meeting rooms and breakout spaces. The second phase, which will concentrate on the ground floor exhibition spaces, is planned for 2017.

Keith Barber, Operations Manager at Holywell Park, comments: “Both phases of the refurbishment at Holywell Park have been designed to create the optimum working environment, whether it is a meeting, exhibition or networking event, and will ensure we continue to offer the highest standard facilities to our clients. Holywell Park offers space and flexibility and has been increasingly popular with event organisers looking for an exclusive hire venue.”

Emma Boynton, Head of Sales and Marketing at Imago, continued: “We are committed to investing in our facilities and this project means that Holywell Park will maintain its reputation as a first-class venue which is fit-for-purpose and means we can build on the growth it has experienced as a result of event organisers taking advantage of our exclusive use hire.”

Events regularly held at the Loughborough venue include gala dinners, product launches, small trade shows and conferences. The venue has the added benefit of allowing event organisers to take advantage of preferential rate accommodation at its sister venues Burleigh Court and the Link Hotel (subject to availability).

For more information call 01509 633030. 

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