Center Parcs invests £200,000 in Sherwood Forest Venue conference space

27 January 2012
Center Parcs invests £200,000 in Sherwood Forest Venue conference space

Center Parcs has completed a £200,000 revamp of the corporate event space the Venue at its Sherwood Forest site.

The company has invested in new facilities that include a new stage, partition walls and signage. The Venue has also undergone a refresh, including newly decorated walls, new carpets, furniture and soft furnishings.

The refurbishment completion comes less than six months after £100,000 was invested in the Venue at Longleat Forest in a similar project.

Set within 400 acres of woodland, the Venue is a purpose-built conference and events space that features in Sherwood Forest, Elveden Forest and Longleat Forest.

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