Lancashire County Cricket Club’s (LCCC) Pavilion has been handed back to the Club after construction company Morgan Sindall completed work on redeveloping the historic building.
A handing-over ceremony on 18 June marked the occasion and was attended by officials from LCCC, Morgan Sindall and design partners BDP.
The new four-storey Pavilion houses the Club’s reception, hospitality areas and other facilities. New hospitality suites have been built on the second floor, while the third floor houses a showpiece room – the 1864 Suite and also the Club’s Boardroom.
The uppermost level of the fourth floor contains nine glass-fronted executive boxes which have their own external balcony space.
LCCC Chairman, Michael Cairns OBE, said: “The Pavilion is the heart of Emirates Old Trafford and the Club, and we are delighted with the outcome. It complements The Point (conference centre – Ed), the Players and Media Centre and the two new grandstands. It has first class amenities, not only for our Members, but also for hospitality guests on match days and provides superb facilities for business use on non-match days.”
The Pavilion will be able to accommodate up to 700 delegates and offers eight suites and nine executive boxes.
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