With You Every Step of the Way: Meeting room hire for £100 until end of November

Fancy hosting a meeting in a modern, well-facilitated location with unlimited tea and coffee for just £100? A deal like this might, sounds like one of those ‘too good to be true deals’ the internet is stifled with, however that’s not the case at Weetwood Hall. As part of ‘With You Every Step of the Way’ campaign, we are offering meeting room hire for just £100.

Cost-effective business planning

Cost-effective business planning can be long-winded, drawn-out and tedious. With companies of all sizes and industries having to ‘tighten their budgetary belts’, we appreciate that forking out a high amount of money on meetings is undesirable, to say the least.

Consequently we are running a special meeting room hire offer. For just £100 businesses can book a meeting room in Leeds for up to ten delegates. What’s more, you’ll have access to unlimited tea and coffee throughout the meeting to help keep delegates stay focused and refreshed.

Need a bigger room?

The ‘With You Every Step of the Way’ promotional campaign includes meeting room hire for up to 18 delegates for just £150, which also includes unlimited tea and coffee.

Both offers are available for bookings taking place in October and November 2014.

Conference innovation at Weetwood Hall

Our meeting rooms offer the very latest in conference innovation. Weetwood Hall has recently completed a £85,000 refurbishment of three rooms in our conference centre in a contemporary  design. The project was part of a wider refurbishment programme of the hotel, in which Weetwood Hall invested two million pounds renovating its bedrooms in a modern style.

There are a total of 35 conference rooms  to choose from at Weetwood Hall. All of our modern meeting rooms are designed to make conferences and meetings as smooth and enjoyable as possible, both for the presenter and the delegates. All the rooms come equipped with ample power sockets, a TV aerial socket, video conferencing equipment, ISDN lines, external/internal phone lines, adjustable lighting and network points.

Whatever the weather, we’ve got you covered

For more information on our ‘Every Step of the Way’ meeting room offer  give Weetwood Hall a call on 0113 230 6000. Or email the team at sales@weetwood.co.uk.

Offers are applicable to new meeting only and are subject to availability.

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Treat your team to unforgettable festive fun at Weetwood Hall this Christmas

10% off Corporate Christmas Nights at Weetwood Hall if you book before September 30th

As the leaves begin to curl at the edges and gather on the ground, the nights become darker almost daily and a brisk autumnal chill makes us reach for our warmer jackets, our thoughts begin to focus on the winter merriment of Christmas, and most importantly the Christmas office party.

If you’re looking to book a Christmas party in Leeds this year then look no further than Weetwood Hall.

No party too big or too small

Whether you’re a small business comprising of just a handful of employees or a larger company of up to 200, we can accommodate Christmas party groups of all sizes.

Our Christmas parties will however have one thing in common: they are guaranteed to put a sparkle of festive fun into companies of all sizes, industries and tastes.

Book now and receive 10% off

It won’t be too long before colleagues start asking where and when this year’s Christmas party is taking place. Get organised for what’s widely the most entertaining event on the annual corporate calendar by booking your Leeds Christmas party today.

Book before the end of September and you’ll receive a 10% discount on the following Christmas party nights:

Peter Kay Tribute, Friday 28th November, 2014

Get your colleagues laughing out loud this Christmas by starting the party early with our memorable Peter Kay Tribute night.

Abba Night, Saturday 29th November, 2014

If laughing out loud to Peter Kay doesn’t tickle your office’s fancy, dancing the night away to the iconic melodies of Abba might.

You and your colleagues could be singing your heart out to some of the greatest pop songs of all time. If that sounds like your company’s cup of tea, book for the Abba Night Christmas Party at Weetwood Hall today, get a 10% discount, and send out a company memo telling colleagues to put on their dancing shoes and get ready for a Christmas party not to be forgotten.

Traditional Christmas Party, Friday 19th and Saturday 20th December, 2014

Or if you’d prefer to go down the more traditional Christmas party route this festive season, Weetwood Hall is the perfect location to enjoy an unforgettable traditional Christmas party with all the usual festive party trimmings.

Book before September 30, 2014, and enjoy a 10% discount on our traditional Christmas corporate parties in Leeds on 19th and 20th of December.

Our 10% off Party Night bookings are only available to new bookings and are subject to availability. To receive the 10% offer a deposit must be paid by 30th September 2014. The special offer is not applicable on 5th, 6th, 12th and 13th of December 2014.

For more information about our fantastic Christmas corporate celebrations and to make a booking, contact our events team on 0113 230 600 or email: sales@weetwood.co.uk.

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Weetwood Hall toasts to success after First World War in Retrospect Conference proves to be a roaring success

Over 70 people from around the globe with a mutual interest in the First World War united at Weetwood Hall in Leeds between the 28th July and the 1st of August, for an imaginative World War One Conference held to mark the outbreak of the conflict 100 years ago.

The five day event, that attracted delegates from as far as Australia, New Jersey and Texas as well as Europe, saw 20 eminent academics, authors and military officers come together to deliver a series of workshops, lectures and historical excursions that enabled people to reflect and consider the impact that The Great War had on the nation’s people.

The Conference, that was planned by Dr Peter Liddle and Military Consultant, Colonel Alan Roberts, also had a very special Patron play an important role in bringing people together to reflect on the past, The Dowager Countess, Lady Haig.

Conference delegates were also able to explore history through a series of performances that saw appearances from the Yorkshire Volunteer Corps of Drums, Piper Thomas Mulholland of the Leeds Caledonian Society, Noel Whittall, a motorcycling enthusiast who rides a 1918 Model H motorbike, honorary farrier Jarvis Browning of the Wagoner’s Special Reserve and Darryl Foxwell and Roy Hirst, miniature model railway enthusiasts depicting scenes of WW1.

Events included a reception by Charles Dent, MD of Timothy Taylor explaining its links to the Duke of Wellington’s Regiment (West Riding) now the Yorkshire Regiment, a visit to the Liddle Collection and Royal Armouries, a walking tour of Lawnswood Cemetery with Andrea Hetherington highlighting its 1914-1918 links, a visit to Heugh Battery on the headland of Hartlepool and Yorkshire Film Archive presenting “Filmed and not Forgotten”.

The event was rounded off with a three-course dinner that saw guests sing-along to songs of the era with singer Fiona Harrison and the conference concluded with a two minute silence and The Yorkshire Volunteers Corps of Drums playing The Last Post.

Dr Peter Liddle, commented: “As the Conference Director of the Weetwood Hall First World War in Retrospect Centenary Conference, I am happy to report that the Speakers and Delegates and, in every respect, Weetwood Hall, lived up to my high expectations.  An informative, stimulating, friendly, conference was the experience we all shared. Well done Weetwood Hall.”

Co-organiser and Military Consultant, Colonel Alan Roberts said: “The delegates remarked that the programme exceeded all their expectations. The diversity of the lectures and presentations engendered participation and discussion. The conference had something for everyone.

“The aim of the organisers was not to make it purely academic but to engage with people who had an interest in that world changing war. Included in the programme was the opportunity to see a professional demonstration of the actual weapons used in the Great War by both sides, and in the uniforms worn. Other practical presentations gave the conference further dimension as to the reality of life at that time.”

Peter Chubb, Development Director at Weetwood Hall, said: “I am delighted at the success of our first World War One Conference that saw people travel from all around the world. The feedback from delegates has been fantastic.”

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