Kent Event Centre reveals £150k in campsite development

The Kent Event Centre has invested £150,000 investment in campsite facilities, which will be available for festivals and corporate events such as teambuilding and residential conferences.
 
The site will offer corporate groups a rural alternative to the venue’s hotel accommodation, as well as a range of teambuilding and outdoor activities, including archery, shooting, surf simulating, human table football and bungee running.
 
It will also be equipped with brand new toilet and shower facilities and specially designed plots for visitors to bring along their own tents or caravans.
 
Alison Wallington, Kent Event Centre manager said: “We’re really excited to be offering something quite unique. Giving the average residential conference a festival type of feel is something which we feel would be a great way to shake-up the routine conference, offering a greater variety to the event itinerary.
 
“Kent Event Centre gives delegates the perfect opportunity to switch-off from the everyday corporate environment and enjoy the fresh air and scenery of rural Kent. The new site will be the perfect add-on for the teambuilding packages we offer or for conferences with a teambuilding aspect as it gives delegates the perfect opportunity to bond with fellow colleagues.”
 
The development of the new site follows a £2.4 million investment in venue facilities in 2014 ,which included the new Maidstone Exhibition Hall.

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Kent Event Centre reveals £150k in campsite development

The Kent Event Centre has invested £150,000 investment in campsite facilities, which will be available for festivals and corporate events such as teambuilding and residential conferences.
 
The site will offer corporate groups a rural alternative to the venue’s hotel accommodation, as well as a range of teambuilding and outdoor activities, including archery, shooting, surf simulating, human table football and bungee running.
 
It will also be equipped with brand new toilet and shower facilities and specially designed plots for visitors to bring along their own tents or caravans.
 
Alison Wallington, Kent Event Centre manager said: “We’re really excited to be offering something quite unique. Giving the average residential conference a festival type of feel is something which we feel would be a great way to shake-up the routine conference, offering a greater variety to the event itinerary.
 
“Kent Event Centre gives delegates the perfect opportunity to switch-off from the everyday corporate environment and enjoy the fresh air and scenery of rural Kent. The new site will be the perfect add-on for the teambuilding packages we offer or for conferences with a teambuilding aspect as it gives delegates the perfect opportunity to bond with fellow colleagues.”
 
The development of the new site follows a £2.4 million investment in venue facilities in 2014 ,which included the new Maidstone Exhibition Hall.

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