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A masterclass in event flexibility

With two purpose-built conference venues, an eco-friendly hotel and a vast choice of 550+ event spaces, the University of Nottingham offers bespoke solutions for every occasion and every budget.

All facilities are conveniently located across the University’s three award-winning campuses, ideal for everything from conferences to sports events, summer schools and large-scale exhibitions.

Located in the heart of the UK and set across nearly 1400 acres of green and leafy grounds, the Nottingham campuses are all within easy access of major road, rail and air transport links.

ODEON EVENTS ARE BACK!

We could not be more excited to welcome you back to the magic of cinema! After a long year of separation, we understand the importance of bringing your colleagues back together in a safe and familiar environment. Which is what makes cinema the perfect place to do so! Plus, we have some incredible new additions which our teams have been working on that we cannot wait to show you. 

Green events: why plants make a sustainable event décor choice

Anyone who has planned an event knows there are a multitude of elements to consider and coordinate, and Plant Designs are here to make the process as smooth as possible with our stand-out and sustainable live planting décor. Below we explore just some of the reasons why plants are the perfect décor choice for your next event.

Prime Minister Cameron announces 5-Point Plan for developing tourism in UK

Trade association UKinbound, national tourism board VisitEngland and the Business Visits and Events Partnership (BVEP) have announced their support for the Five-Point Plan for tourism
 announced by the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, today (17 July) in Cornwall. Speaking at a ministerial conference in St Austell, David Cameron outlined policies to develop tourism, including new investment in its promotion. Specifically speaking about the events sector, David Cameron said: “We will address a lack of join-up across Britain’s business visits and events sector. We will instiga

Prime Minister Cameron announces 5-Point Plan for developing tourism in UK

EUROPE - Trade association UKinbound, national tourism board VisitEngland and the Business Visits and Events Partnership (BVEP) have announced their support for the Five-Point Plan for tourism
 announced by the UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, today (17 July) in Cornwall. Speaking at a ministerial conference in St Austell, David Cameron outlined policies to develop tourism, including new investment in its promotion. Specifically speaking about the events sector, David Cameron said: “We will address a lack of join-up across Britain’s business visits and events sector. We wil