Center Parcs expands events team for Woburn Forest

Center Parcs has expanded the events team for its new Woburn Forest 'village' with three new appointments.

Hermione Gingell and Daisy Williams join the Center Parcs Woburn Forest events team
Hermione Gingell and Daisy Williams join the Center Parcs Woburn Forest events team

Event manager, Ronnie McNamee; event coordinator, Daisy Williams; and sales delivery coordinator, Hermione Gingell have joined the events team, following the village’s launch on 6 June.

McNamee has a strong background in events and marketing, holding managerial positions in various companies including ING and Selfridges. In her new role as event manager, she will have responsibility over all corporate events, ensuring high standards are maintained and that outstanding customer service is provided.

Williams was previously junior events manager at Milton Keynes agency Automotive Events,while Gingell joins from Silverstone Circuits, where she held the position of corporate sales executive.

Daniel Whittemore, head of corporate sales for Center Parcs, said: "We are extremely pleased to have appointed such experienced and enthusiastic staff as Ronnie, Daisy and Hermione. We have worked hard to ensure that we have the finest facilities on offer for clients and now we have the best team in place to guarantee that any event, meeting, conference or team-building activity is managed with the utmost care and attention to detail."

Bookings for Center Parcs' primary event space The Venue are being taken now, for conferences and events available from the autumn.

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