Cheshire aims to put delegates in touch with nature | Knutsford Times

Cheshire aims to put delegates in touch with nature

By on March 18, 2018
Conferencing Cheshire has launched a new campaign aimed at putting delegates in touch with nature.
Their new “Rooms To Breathe” campaign focuses on the creative and wellbeing benefits of a working environment that embraces the great outdoors. A Conferencing Cheshire spokesperson said: “According to research, we’re more focused, creative and happy in a rural environment, our bodies and minds energised by raw nature, which Cheshire can offer in abundance. Now, six of the best conference venues in the county have launched the Rooms To Breathe campaign to help meeting organisers create itineraries in which natural spaces play an integral and refreshing role.” 
The six venues are Peckforton Castle, Carden Park, Combermere Abbey, Mere Golf Resort & Spa, Hallmark Hotel The Queen and Crowne Plaza Chester.

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