Brockholes is an award-winning, floating Lancashire conference venue set in the heart of our beautiful nature reserve. Our stunning Meadow Lake Suite floats on the lake, within a cluster of eco-buildings that nestle amongst the reeds.
Its floating design makes it the only business venue of its kind in the UK. Combine our unique architecture with ample free parking and a convenient location next to the M6, and you have found the perfect venue for your next event.
Brockholes is the natural place to do business in more ways than one. As well as being set in tranquil and inspiring surroundings, all of your needs are covered.
The Meadow Lake Suite hosts a dedicated conference centre and meeting rooms that can cater for up to 130 delegates. This purpose-built conference and training venue in Preston is available for team building events and away days, product launches, staff training, breakfast meetings, networking events, board meetings, conferences and corporate events. You can enjoy:
- Spacious conference room for up to 130 delegates
- Use of a projector and screen
- Small board room – perfect for team meetings
- Catering and refreshment packages using the best of Lancashire’s produce
- Teambuilding – explore our beautiful nature reserve!
- Private reception for conference guests and delegates
- Free car parking
- Free Wi-Fi
- 10% off voucher for each delegate to use in The Nest gift shop
Brockholes is owned and managed by The Lancashire Wildlife Trust, making it the perfect place to stand out from the crowd. Our eco-friendly Conference Centre in Preston incorporates the highest environmental standards and has been designed to make the most of all resources. Heating, lighting, temperature and CO2 levels are all closely monitored, fantastic insulation and ventilation helps maintain building temperatures and water consumption is minimised by using low use fittings. to discover more about how we minimise our impact on the environment.
All profits from conference bookings are invested into The Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s conservation work on the nature reserve itself.