A Bristol Conference Centre with a Difference

If you are looking for conveniently located meeting rooms then look no further, Brunel’s Old Station is a Bristol Conference Centre like no other.

This year alone we have hosted the advanced networking event, Rabbit 2012, which is a dynamic business to business exhibition in the South West, and The Security Cleared Expo.

Rabbit 2012 organisers stated on their website: “The seminars went down a storm, with some great feedback from delegates and exhibitors left pleased with the quality of leads generated on the day.

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“Fantastic relationships between businesses were formed and exhibitors are already reporting deals that have been closed as a result. A number have signed up for the Kempton event, despite being Bristol-based.

“Everyone was impressed with how well-organised the event was and many commented on the vision for the future – something they shared and looked forward to being a part of.”

Brunel’s Old Station has also held The Security Cleared Expo, which is a UK job board for individuals working who have obtained Security Clearance, or who meet the criteria for being granted Security Clearance. It provides them with a chance to network and meet like-minded people in the industry.

Brunel’s Old Station offers an outstanding Grade 1 listed Victorian building and is one of the largest events venues in the South West. We offer conferences, exhibitions and corporate hospitality. Choose beautiful historical rooms such as The Passenger Shed, which can accommodate up to 650 guests for corporate dining or 800 delegates for presentations, as the ideal place to do business and close deals.

There are also two smaller meeting rooms, Brunel’s Boardroom and The Station Masters Office.

Brunel's Old Station is in an excellent location adjoining Temple Meads Railway Station in the centre of Bristol.

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