onference expansion at Cambridge college

Gonville and Caius College is in the process of building a new residence on West Road which will allow the college to offer much improved conference facilities. The new buildings, coupled with the extensive communal areas, will be available for conferences in the University vacations. Conference guests would also be able to make use of the more traditional meeting and dining rooms in the Old Courts on Trinity Street during their stay. The new building opens in July 2006 and will host conferences from all over the world during the vacations. The facility incorporates 74 en-suite bedrooms, and the Cavonius Centre, which out of term offers four conference rooms, three syndicate rooms, a break out area and a conference office, all set around the College’s landscaped gardens. Equipped with the latest audio visual equipment and WiFi Broadband the facility is already attracting conference bookings from local, national and international companies. "This is an exciting time for Caius, we are now able to provide superb modern facilities with the latest technology in addition to our stunning traditional rooms on offer in the Old Courts" says Laura Oliver, Conference Manager. For more information and a brochure please call 01223 332 418 or email enquiry@caiusconference.com. New bookings confirmed by the end of January 2006 will receive a 10% discount on

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