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Following its purchase in 2009 by the Royal Society, Grade I-listed Georgian country house Chicheley Hall, near Milton Keynes, has become the Kavli Royal Society International Centre, a facility
dedicated to the advancement of science. The centre is available to hire exclusively for residential conferences and social events, with all profits going towards the work of the Society.
Chock-full of period features, the refurbishment programme carefully conserved the hall’s 18th-century architecture, while bringing the conference facilities and bedrooms in line with the
requirements of modern business. The main event space is the Wolfson Centre, which features two 100-seater lecture halls and a glazed atrium serving as a breakout space, a conference office and a
small meeting room. Teambuilding activities are available in the 85 acres of grounds and include a Crystal Maze-style challenge and the building of a replica F1 racing car.
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