In Numbers: Corporate hospitality at Glorious Goodwood

As the annual Glorious Goodwood Festival at Chichester came to a close this weekend, C&IT takes a look at the numbers surrounding the racecourse's five-day corporate hospitality offering.

In Numbers: Corporate hospitality at Glorious Goodwood Festival
In Numbers: Corporate hospitality at Glorious Goodwood Festival

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1,500 guests made use of the racecourse’s hospitality suites each day

32 The minimum number of guests that can be accommodated in Keith Prowse's Sussex Suite

16 The number of guests that can be accommodated in Keith Prowse's Sussex Boxes

250 guests can attend conferences in the racecourse's Charlton Stand with the Duke of Richmond's private box hosting smaller gatherings of up to 25

11,550 glasses of Pimm’s were served over the course of the five days as well as 8,225 gin & tonics, 6,612 bottles of Champagne and 2,500 kilos of strawberries

2,880 inches of handmade sausage roll and 8,000 marshmallows were also served

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