Although London boasts more than its fair share of venues, the sector is not monopolised by any means.
In fact, there are equally as good, if not superior, facilities located in or near home counties. Lane End falls in this category.
Ours is one of a limited number of purpose-built residential site, outside London. View our COVID-secure for smaller non or residential meeting, conference, virtual and hybrid options here.
Lane End - who recently celebrated its fiftieth year in business - commissioned a brand refresh for 2020 and beyond.
One of the UK’s first purpose-built conference centres raised £1200 for the local community as part of its 50th year in business celebrations.
Lane End Conference Centre, has provided and sponsored a bar and stall selling burgers and hot dogs at the local village fete, raising the much-needed money for the Village Hall and local church.
In his latest blog, Heni Fourie – sales and marketing director at Lane End Conference Centre - shares an insight into how the site is working for a greener future.
Our 50th birthday celebrations this year provide us with a great opportunity to pause and look ahead at what the next half-century could hold for Lane End Conference Centre and the wider meetings and events industry, too.
Lane End Conference Centre has established a fruit orchard in its grounds as part of innovative plans to become as sustainable possible.
The Buckinghamshire-based complex is leading the way when it comes to looking after the environment and has recently planted a variety of apple, pear, plum, greengage and persimmon trees to create an oasis for wildlife and provide fruit which will be used by the conference and events centre.
Lane End Conference Centre is celebrating the fantastic news from its sister company, EJEF, that one of its previous students has become the new Japanese Empress.