Well Met, the conferencing office for Leeds Beckett University will see their newest venue open its doors this July to conferencing and events professionals; Cloth Hall Court will be a dedicated conferencing venue for Leeds. The brand new facility is already fully booked for its first month of opening, with its meeting space being snapped up by February this year.
August looks to be busy too, with only a handful of dates remaining for bookers looking to take advantage of Well Met’s introductory rate. All meeting spaces will be available at half the standard rate throughout August, providing delegates with the opportunity to be some of the first to make use of the state-of-the-art facilities at Cloth Hall Court.
The grade II listed building has undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment and now boasts a dynamic and versatile internal space for up to 300 delegates. Situated in the heart of Leeds and just two minutes’ walk from Leeds Rail Station, Cloth Hall Court is positioned perfectly to explore the city’s many retail and cultural experiences, whilst providing excellent facilities for meetings and events.
In order to qualify for half price room hire, organisers are requested to sign up to be part of the Conference Club by emailing email@example.com. The offer is available to both existing and new customers who book before 31 July and is an excellent opportunity to experience the facilities available at Cloth Hall Court.
Clare Vidler, Conference Manager at Well Met comments:
“Our introductory rates provide new and existing customers with the chance to utilise the fantastic facilities available at Cloth Hall Court. One of our key objectives for the new venue was to make sure that we encouraged as many people as possible to get a taste of Well Met’s conferencing capabilities, but without the financial apprehension that comes with trying something new. Our Conference Club will give members exclusive access to the special introductory rates available when Cloth Hall Court launches in summer, so we encourage bookers to sign up to take advantage of this before anyone else.”