WYNG Gardens conference facility opens in Cambridge

Trinity Hall has opened WYNG Gardens, a contemporary conference facility for up to 100 delegates located in the centre of Cambridge.

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The space includes an inbuilt audio visual system and is ideal for residential conferences, board meetings, video conferencing, workshops and presentations.

A modern reception and adjoining networking area can be used for exhibitions, displays and as an informal break-out space. The networking area overlooks a large walled garden which will offer an additional breakout area ideal for hosting barbeques, buffets and drinks receptions in the summer months.

Fiona Simon, head of conference and catering services at Trinity Hall, said: "At a time when Cambridge is proving more popular than ever as a destination for conferences and events, we are thrilled to be opening WYNG Gardens.  In addition to the outstanding new facilities at WYNG Gardens, visitors can also enjoy our historic rooms and riverside grounds at nearby Trinity Hall."  

Kelly Vickers, director of Meet Cambridge, said: "We are delighted to add WYNG Gardens to the portfolio of conference and events venues that we represent in and around Cambridge.  The opening of WYNG Gardens is a tremendous start to 2017, a year which promises to be our most successful to date in attracting new and return visitors to this vibrant and historic city."   


 See more on Cambridge:

University of Cambridge's venue service rebrands as Meet Cambridge 

Conference centre to open on Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge

 

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