Two new spaces have been added to Warwick Conferences’ Central Campus Venues, further improving delegate experience and providing more flexibility for organisers than ever before.
Bringing together world-leading culture and leisure, hotel-style accommodation and cutting-edge large-scale venues, the £57.5m Faculty of Art Centre and recently renovated £25.5m Warwick Arts Centre have been added to the service. As a result of the new additions, Central Campus Venues offers 300 spaces in total.
A complete package for event organisers, Central Campus Venues is capable of hosting meetings, conferences and exhibitions for up to 1,200 delegates and has been designed to provide completely bespoke packages.
Organisers are now able to pick and choose from a number of add-ons to suit their needs. These include food and dining – ranging from three course meals to barbecues – overnight accommodation requirements and additional facility support services.
Paul Bartlett, director of Warwick Conferences, said: “Central Campus Venues has been launched to provide a one-stop shop for events, meetings and conferences. No event is the same and we wanted Central Campus Venues to reflect this. Designed with flexibility in mind, the enhanced service will allow organisers to create the ideal event for their delegates, whatever the budget.”
Central Campus Venues is located at the heart of the University of Warwick, creating a village environment for visitors to experience. The central location also allows delegates to explore the campus and take advantage of the world-class facilities on offer, including the Sport and Wellness Hub.
Sustainability will also play a leading role in the new campus. Like the rest of the Warwick Conferences packages, booking an event at Central Campus Venues will provide organisers with the assurance that materials are reduced, reused and recycled where possible.
Paul adds: “We have designed Central Campus Venues to allow organisers to deliver impact at scale, ensuring all goals are met. Whether it’s connecting with a global audience via hybrid facilities or offering world-leading culture and leisure, we are very confident that all delegates will have a fantastic experience.”