The Royal Society’s Chicheley Hall to open for meetings

The UK’s national academy of science, The Royal
Society, will be opening the historic Grade I Georgian house, Chicheley Hall
near Milton Keynes, as a meetings and events venue from the beginning of
June.

Purchased by the Royal Society in
March 2009, the venue received an £11m refurbishment and will now become the Kavli Royal Society International Centre, an
extension to the Royal Society’s base in London, to host scientific meetings and events.

Chicheley Hall will also open to both
the commercial and social markets to
host events such as teambuilding, away days, both residential and non
residential conferences, meetings and
seminars.

The Coach House has been converted
into two lecture theatres for up to 100
delegates theatre-style. The main
house features four meeting rooms for
up to 25 delegates. There are 47 bedrooms located in the main
hall.

The opening of Chicheley
Hall coincides with celebrations marking the Royal Society’s 350th
anniversary. 

Paul Colston

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Paul Colston

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