Madingley Hall Cambridge opens new conference facilities

Madingley Hall at the University of Cambridge has inaugurated new conference facilities in the grounds of the Grade II listed building.
Madingley Hall is home to the University’s Institute of Continuing Education and Professor John Rallison, the University’s Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education, cut the ribbon to declare The Courtyard Suite officially open on 19 April.
The Courtyard Suite can accommodate 70 delegates theatre style, while other meeting spaces include a second syndicate room for 30 delegates. All areas inside the former 18th century Coach House, have free Wi-Fi.
Ian Willis, Director of Operations at Madingley Hall says: “The new Courtyard Suite is already providing popular with clients who are looking for exclusive use for their event. Not only can we provide this private high quality facility but we also have extensive on-site car parking.”
Madingley Hall is set in seven acres of historic gardens designed by Capability Brown and the main building comprises 11 conference and seminar rooms.
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