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We believe that variety is the spice of life. Our home-cooked meals are wholesome and served in generous portions.

 

Lunch

The standard buffet lunches are served in one of the three dining rooms.
We also offer finger and fork buffet options, working lunches and a barbeque lunch option.

 

Table D'Hôte Dinner

Five starters:
One soup or a chef's favourites, house hors d'oeuvres

Five main options:
Two chef's favourites, a bistro special

Five dessert options:
Two homemade desserts

Special Occasions


The chef will be more than happy to attend a meeting and discuss your catering requirements. The menus we provide are tried and tested menus, but we are more than willing to create bespoke menus to suit individual requirements.

 

Why not try some of Lane End's favourite tried and tested RECIPES, BELOW, at home?

 

Vanessa Redhouse

Christian Charity

Birkdale Sales

Paul McCloughlin

Gordon Bickham

Julie Lyons

Tim Clarke

5 Reasons Why Lane End Conference Centre Remains Suitable for Healthcare Meetings, Conferences and Training

The legislation surrounding healthcare events involve a number of different requirements to be considered before committing to a venue. 

Apart from being assessed by Healthcare Venues, we explore 4 additional reasons Why Lane End Conference Centre is suitable for Healthcare Meetings, Conferences and Training.

Spring Into Step

"The promise of spring's arrival is enough to get anyone through the bitter winter." Jen Selinsky

As business, travel, and hospitality prepare to reopen following the recent road-map published to get through the bitter COVID-19 pandemic, "Spring Into Step" with Lane End's four ideas on how to find the balanced health, economic and social benefit promised, regarding:

1. ESSENTIAL BUSINESS AND KEY WORKER TRAVEL, MEETINGS, CONFERENCES AND TRAINING, from 8 March

2. OVERNIGHT HOUSEHOLD LEISURE TRAVEL, FILMING, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING AND TEAM BUILDING EVENTS, for the period 12 April to 16 May

3. SOCIALLY DISTANCED MEETINGS, CONFERENCES AND TRAINING, 17 May to 20 June and

4. RETURNING TO SOME KIND OF NORMAL, from 21 June.

7 Key Differences between Residential and Non-Residential Meeting, Conference and Training Venues

Getting the venue right for your meeting, conference or training is crucial. But what are the benefits of choosing a residential venue over a non-residential venue and vice versa? Lane End explores these 7 key differences to ensure you choose the right facility:

1. Distractions

2. Travel and need for a hotel

3. Flexibility

4. Teambuiling / Networking

5. Time-out

6. Location and Parking

7. Cost

freshly made from our kitchen


We are proud to say that every item on each of our menus is made from scratch by our chefs.

Everything from the fresh toast with breakfast, warm rolls we serve with lunch, ice-cream and every dish we serve during lunch and dinner is made on-site.

We now also offer a range of organic jams made here at Lane End Conference Centre. You can choose from strawberry, marmalade, raspberry or apricot every morning with breakfast.