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Conference Venues Bristol is part of the National Venues online guide to venues
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Finding the right conference centre in Manchester, the right facilities in the Midlands,
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Conference Venues Bristol provides services for a wide range of customers who are looking for a venue in Bristol.
Unlike other venue finders who work on a commission basis we don't limit ourselves by having agreements with any preferred venues.
We're independent and because we value our impartiality we think that you will too.
Simply look at the venues we have above or click on the regions button to access any of the other towns and cities we have listed.
You will then be able to view the Conference Venues Bristol and meeting venues with their profiles, information on pricing, number of delegates, number of rooms plus direct access to websites.
When planning product launches etc, it can take hours and hours to search online, visiting sites, cross checking venues for their haves and have nots. Through our site you have instant access to everything you need to help you make your decision and massively speed up the process.
For carrying out research our users will always find our service totally free and something else we pride ourselves on is that there is no registering. We know how annoying it can be when you are seconds away from that information that you need only to find you have to register, wait for an email, click on it and all the time in the back of your mind you are thinking, I don’t know who has my email address now and is my inbox now going to be full of offer from 3rd parties.
That never happens and will never happen with us or our service. All the information is right there, direct access and no registering.
Conference Venues Bristol
The Bristol Arts and Music Service (BAMS) are the Local Authority arts and music service for Bristol, and are now one of the lead partners in the new Bristol Music Hub, along with .
If you're travelling to or from Bristol, it's easy to connect with local bus services. There are two main rail stations in Bristol: Temple Meads in the city and Parkway to the north. Services 8 and 9 provide a link up to every 5 minutes between Temple Meads, the city and Redland and Clifton while Bristol Parkway can be reached on service 73.
National Express Services use Bristol Bus Station -
A church has probably stood on this site for over a thousand years but it came to
prominence in 1148 when Robert Fitzhardinge founded the Abbey of St. Augustine. The
Chapter House and Abbey Gatehouse remain clearly to be seen: other remains are within
Bristol Cathedral Choir School. www.bristol-