Events in Oxford
Events in Oxford
Oxford boasts a diverse industry base including Motor manufacturing, publishing as well as many science and information technology businesses linked to the University and education industry. Oxford University is world renowned as one of the very best places to study and is ranked in the top five universities in the world. Oxford University is the oldest university in the English speaking world and as a result has given the city a rich cultural history.
Corporate events in Oxford
Oxford is home every year to a wide range of corporate events and conferences. As you can see from the venues section below Oxford has facilities to offer for every type of corporate event.
Team building in Oxford
We love visiting Oxford for team building events as it allows us to use some great facilities that allow us to run the team building games at their very best. The most popular team building events in Oxford include the Crystal Collection, Krypton Factor and Battle of Olympus. We also organise a lot of indoor events such as Commercial Teambreak and Masterpiece Challenge.
Event venues in Oxford
Oxford offers a range of different sizes of venues for events from small meeting rooms to spaces that can hold over 1,500. There are a good range of hotels and function rooms for hire to suit most budgets and offer hotel accommodation right up to luxury 5*. There are a great range of restaurants in the Oxford area, two of which offer Michelin starred food, Le Manoir and the Nut Tree Inn.
Oxford City football club’s Kassam Stadium offers a wide range of meeting venues and exhibition halls. Conference Oxford also offers a range of facilities. Add to this the unique facilities on offer at Oxford University and you have a stunning range of choice for your event.
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Where is Oxford and how do we get there?
Oxford is close to the M40 link between London and Birmingham meaning it has easy access from the UK’s two largest cities and is also within easy reach of Bristol, Milton Keynes, Swindon, Gloucester and Reading.
Oxford has a busy station and trains regularly arrive and depart to and from London, Newcastle (via Doncaster), Manchester and the south coast. Although Oxford doesn’t have an airport itself it’s less than an hour to Heathrow by road and between one and two hours to Gatwick, Bristol, Luton and Birmingham Airports.
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