Royal Veterinary College (RVC) chose Lane End Conference Centre for its first UK-based experiential learning event.
Over 60 trainee vets, veterinary nurses and veterinary science students from across the country descended on the training venue for the three-day residential course.
The transformation of our award-winning conference centre facilities at Lane End is almost complete.
Our top team of builders, designers and decorators have been working hard to deliver five major refurbishment projects in as many months.
Sadly, some large conference venues’ accommodation can leave you feeling as tired as the decor - but not at Lane End Conference Centre.
We understand that a good night’s sleep in comfortable surroundings is just what’s needed to feel business ready.
It’s all coming together at Lane End Conference Centre.
As one of the most well known venues in Buckinghamshire offering top class conference meeting rooms outside of London, we are pleased to unveil the new Wycombe Lodge dining room.
The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) held its first experiential learning event at Lane End Conference Centre in September.
Around 60 undergraduate students and staff from RVC, Bristol, Nottingham, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities took part in the three-day Veterinary Team Leadership and Professionalism course at the Buckinghamshire training venue.
Tired of passé prawn cocktail and boring beef bourguignon?
Lane End Conference Centre is re-writing the menu (literally!) when it comes to UK conference centre cuisine.
Lane End Conference Centre is relaunching its Wycombe Lodge building as a dedicated Executive Training Centre.
Lane End has also again been awarded the VenueVerdict Gold Standard for customer service.
EIPC Ltd recently held its annual summer event at The Pavilion at Lane En
We recently received a postcard with some very kind feedback from three guests who attended a training event with us here at Lane End the previous week.
European Independent Purchasing Company (EIPC) Ltd - a non-profit-making organisation owned by SUBWAY franchisees in Europe - held its annual summer event at Lane End Conference Centre for the second consecutive year.
Delegates were briefed on all the new plans for EIPC, which has delivered more than £111 million in benefit to SUBWAY franchisees across Europe over the last 12 years.
Charlotte de Rothschild - internationally renowned soprano and descendant of the famous de Rothschild family - performed at Lane End Conference Centre in a special concert titled Music For A Summer Day.
Well known soprano Charlotte de Rothschild has returned to Lane End Conference Centre to perform in a special concert titled Music For A Summer Day.
Charlotte performed for a select group of Japanese visitors, local business people, staff and friends of the Buckinghamshire-based Conference Centre.
This was her first appearance at Lane End since the 2011 concert in aid of victims of the Tohoku earthquake in Japan.
The event was organised by Teruko Iwanaga OBE, chairperson of Lane End Conference Centre and CEO of its sister company EJEF (The Euro Japanese Exchange Foundation).