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Haydock Park

Haydock Park
Haydock Park Racecourse Newton-le-Willows WA12 0HQ
United Kingdom
Phone: 01942 402 623
Capacity: 500

It is easy to see why Haydock Park has become a leading conference centre in the North West, with a range of first-class suites that can accommodate 2 to 500 guests, all set in 127 acres of beautiful parkland.

Whether you are planning an intimate luncheon, a large banquet for up to 500, exhibitions or even outdoor events, Haydock Park Racecourse is that perfect location.

All of the banqueting suites have their own bar and reception area and catering is provided by Sodexho Prestige. With a range of menu choices that is only limited by your imagination, Haydock Park is the perfect venue for any event no matter how large or small. With the support of a highly experienced team dedicated to overseeing every detail of your event, you can relax and enjoy the company of your guests in the stylish surroundings of one of the UK's top sporting venues.

Haydock Park Racecourse offers five large flexible conference, meeting or banqueting rooms, forty syndicate rooms, over 1000 square metres of indoor ground floor exhibition space and 10 acres of outdoor exhibition space. It is hard to imagine events that Haydock Park Racecourse cannot accommodate.

The size of the facilities at Haydock Park Racecourse have made it a natural choice for many company events, from Christmas Dinner Dances to staff or client fun days with outdoor activities and shows. Large events can be accommodated in Haydock Park's vast outdoor arena or the centre of the course. In recent years, Haydock Park Racecourse has hosted outdoor concerts with all-seater arenas for up to 20,000 spectators.

You could not ask for a better location for your event, situated right in the heart of the North West. at Junction 23 of the M6 and with guaranteed free parking for all your delegates. For those travelling by rail then Newton-le-Willows station, which is on the Manchester to Liverpool line, is just two miles away and Warrington and Wigan, both on the London to Glasgow line are also just eight miles away.

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