Conference venues in Canterbury
Home to Canterbury cathedral the seat of the archbishop of Canterbury who is the leader of the Anglican church-the third largest religious group in the world. He holds major responsibilities such as coronations for the queen or king of England.
This city in Kent is the Birthplace of TV presenter Fiona Bruce and actor Orlando Bloom. The city is also home to the university of Kent, from which singer Ellie Goulding and comedian Alan Davies graduated.
Even though the city has a cathedral and two universities it is actually quite a small city, when compared to others in Britain.
Conference venues in Canterbury are few but diverse.
Educational venues such as the university of Kent (holding up to 1500 people) and the Christ church university college (holding 250 people) all provide conference and function facilities to suit your needs.
The Kent county cricket club offers a reasonably sized facility, with private match viewing boxes as well as your basic function rooms. The club also provides catering facilities and pride themselves on sourcing local free-range food.
The Howfield manor is set in 5 acres of grounds and being only 10 minutes away from the city centre they hope it provides a relaxing star for delegates with the opportunity to get back to work quickly. The kitchens also enjoy sourcing local food and even have a kitchen garden from which many of the dishes on the menu are made.
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