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Home of England Rugby receives top nomination

12 October 2011

  • Event Magazine recognises Twickenham as great hosting venue for conferences and events 
  • Vote to help Twickenham climb up the top 20
Twickenham Stadium

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Twickenham Stadium has been nominated by Event Magazine as one of the top 20 venues for conferences and events in the UK.  

Event Magazine received hundreds of applications from venues across the UK, and the list has now been whittled down to the best 30. From here, you can help Twickenham climb even further up the rankings by voting.

At the Home of England Rugby you will find an unrivalled conference and events venue with over 7,000 square meters of integrated and flexible space, a luxurious four star Marriott Hotel, a state-of-the-art Virgin Active Classic health and fitness club and over 2,000 free car-parking spaces on site.

Twickenham has a number of modern facilities that you would not expect to find within a stadium. The South Stand development has been specifically designed to host conferences, exhibitions, product launches and all types of events and is highly flexible and well suited to event organisers and their audiences.

Chris Ashton produces the 'Ash Splash'

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We can host events from 2-850 people, with the jewel in the crown being our Live Room. This is a state-of-the-art auditorium, a blank canvas for conferences, AGMs and staged events of any sort for an audience of up to 600.

Please vote for Twickenham here.

Simon Mills, Head of Sales and Marketing from Twickenham Experience said: “We are delighted to be nominated by Event Magazine as one of the UK’s top venues.

"We are blessed with fantastic facilities here at Twickenham and have worked hard to raise our profile as a first class events venue. This nomination goes some way to embellishing that.”

The successful venues will be revealed in the November/December issue of Event Magazine.

 

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