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Kenilworth Golf Club - Kenilworth

Our Golf Club is famous for its friendliness and hospitality as well as havingone of the great golf courses in the area. The 18 hole scenic parkland course, at 6400 yards off the white (back) tees, and with an SSS of 71, provides good challenges for low handicap golfers without unfairly penalising or intimidating everyone else. Testament to this, and to the excellent bar and restaurant facilities available, is our ever increasing popularity with visiting societies as well as regular requests to host major amateur competitions such as The Midlands Open and Inter County matches.

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Coventry Golf Club - Coventry

Coventry Golf Course has become one of the most attractive inland courses and provides an exciting challenge to all golfers with its gently undulating parkland course of 6601 yards in length with a par and SSS of 73, made up of 5 par 5's, 9 par 4's and 4 par 3's. We welcome visitors Monday to Friday, and Society and Corporate groups on Wednesdays and Thursdays, to play on our beautiful and challenging course. Today the course can boast a large number and varied type of trees. This 'green' policy owes much to the foresight of the then Professional Norman Roffe. The many groups of Fir and Silver Birch were planted in 1960, together with Cherries, Whitebeam, Chesnut and young Beech many of which were donated by individual members.

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Blackdown Manor

Solihull Railway Station

Solihull train station has regular direct trains to London and good bus links to Birmingham International train station.New faster Mainline trains mean journey times take from just 1hr 22mins and stop only once on the way.

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Stoneleigh Park

Stoneleigh Park has two purpose-built fully serviced, high-quality exhibition halls totalling 7,852sq m. In addition, the venue offers 12,000sq m of low-cost covered display space, a variety of conference rooms for up to 6,000 delegates, over 250 acres of serviced outdoor events space and a 58-room on-site hotel. The purpose built exhibition space provides a backdrop for trade and public exhibitions, corporate events and product launches, while the diverse conference complex offers organisers a choice of facilities with exceptional access suitable for the most diverse event. Recent events include, Institute of Videographers, Concord Auction, DHL launch, Coach and Tourism.

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Coventry Airport

The airport is situated 6.5km (4 miles) south east of Coventry. Car parking is located both on-site and around the airport boundary, linked to the passenger terminal by free shuttle bus. General airport information is available at the information desk located in the departure building. ATMs and facilities to exchange currency in €100 bundles are available. There are two self-service restaurants and a bar available, either in Rapide House or in the departure lounge of the airport. There is an airport shop, which offers gift items, fragrances, newspapers, magazines and books. Other facilities include baby change facilities. The airport is all on one level, so has no stairs or escalators. Disabled toilet facilities and parking are both available.

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Warwick Racecourse - Warwick

Lying a few hundred yards from Warwick Castle, it retains its historic charm and character, offering a range of elegant hospitality suites and private boxes catering for parties from 10 to 80 guests - all with closed circuit television and Tote facilities and all with balconies overlooking the racecourse. Warwick enjoys a full racing calendar all year round with meetings taking place on weekdays and weekends, afternoons and evenings. The racecourse can offer both corporate clients and group organisers a wide range of options from hospitality and sponsorship on race day's to conference and event facilties throughout the year. The facilities at the course are renowned for comfort and luxury and are constantly being upgraded to meet the needs of our clients. We look forward to welcoming you to Warwick Racecourse.

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City College Coventry

Learning Resource Centres (LRC)The Learning Resource Centres provide combined Library and Information Technology facilities for students and staff.LRC facilities include:Internet access on all computers, An 'Electronic Library' of web databases, Over 5000 full text journals online, DVDs, videos and CDs, An extensive collection of books and journals, E-mail, Microsoft Office software, A wide variety of software applications, Free IT user guides, Scanning and CD burning, Printing and photocopying, Study areas to suit group and individual learning

Olton Golf Club - Solihull

A lovely Parkland Course over 100 years old, set in the West Midlands some 12 miles South East of Birmingham in a peaceful and tranquil setting. Olton Golf course is a tough test of golf, is highly regarded in the Midlands and has been the venue in hosting important tournaments over the years. It is a very hospitable club and all our staff are on hand to make your visit a memorable one. New members are welcome and we would encourage, in particular, Ladies and Juniors to contact us should they wish to pursue their interest in golf.

Coventry Centre

Coventry & Warwickshire has a wealth of local attractions to inspire the visitor! Whether your taste is for castles, family attractions, Capability Brown landscapes, organic gardening, motoring heritage, mediaeval guildhouses or outdoor art parks, we have something for everyone. Make your senses come alive by visiting Coventry city centre. There are oodles to do and whether high street chains stores or quirky independent stores are your preferred destination, Coventry won't disappoint. Cafes, pubs, bars and food courts offer ideal lunch and coffee breaks to ensure your shopping experience is truly tasty.

Birmingham International Airport

Birmingham International Airport provides a wide range of facilities including those for business, children and the disabled. Public transportation to and from the airport is reliable and frequent with a choice of trains, coaches, buses, taxis and car hire. Those wishing to drive to the airport will find it easily accessible and well sign posted from the access roads. The airport offers a range of both short and long stay parking. Birmingham airport has two terminals and serves over 50 different airlines to over 100 destinations. The Airport is also the first in the world to have the new SkyRail people mover linking the passenger terminals with Birmingham International rail station next door.

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Coventry City Football Club

Coventry City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Coventry, West Midlands, England. The team currently compete in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system. The club play at the 32,609 capacity Coventry Building Society Arena(or CBS Arena). The club is nicknamed the Sky Blues because of the colour of their home strip.

This is a great family day out and the stadium is located 20 mins from our hotel.

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Warwickshire Exhibition Centre - Leamington Spa

Located in central England, the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre is within easy access of the whole of Britain via the transport network.mVersatile and Flexible, 1,645 m2 of ground floor space, 312 acre paddock area adjoining the main hall, Ample parking facilities, Mezzanine restaurant seating 200 visitors with a licenced bar, Exclusive use, Multi purpose unique venue. Endless opportunities for indoor and outdoor events, Extensive and flexible facilities, Central location with excellent road and rail links, Experienced support team, Professional and individual approach. The Warwickshire Exhibition Centre is already attracting considerable interest and organisers are becoming aware of the many advantages we have over our competitors. Growth is set to continue and with the continuous improvement works planned, the venue offers exciting opportunities for organisers.

Stratford Oaks Golf Club - Snitterfield

Stratford Oaks Golf Club features an 18 hole, par71 course which is ten years old. It is surrounded by protected conservation woodland which adds to the beauty and tranquility of the location. The course was designed by the prominent golf course architect Howard Swann, and features many trademarks, including some magnificent water hazards and USPGA specification greens, whilst the magnificently renovated driving range, which includes mirrors and heated bays, offers possibly the best practice facilities in the area. The new clubhouse and restaurant have been designed with an emphasis on providing a comfortable, welcoming and friendly atmosphere for you to enjoy both before and after your game.

Henley College Coventry

'Henley College Coventry is a vibrant and friendly medium sized FE college that provides education and training for approximately 5000 part-time and 1600 full-time students.The College has an excellent reputation for vocational courses in a wide range of areas including engineering, hospitality and catering, health and social care, hair and beauty, computing and sport. Study options are available at all levels up to and including higher education.The College also provides work-based, day-release and bespoke training courses for employers to develop the skills and potential of their staff.'

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Birmingham and Midland Museum of Transport

The Birmingham & Midland museum of Transport was founded in 1977 and its two large halls house a broad collection of around 100 buses, coaches, fire engines and battery-electric vehicles from all parts of the Midlands and beyond. Birmingham and the Black Country especially are featured, and the museum has a unique collection of buses and coaches designed, built and operated by "Midland Red", a company which pioneered many technical innovations over a 50 year manufacturing period. Of particular appeal to families is the miniature steam railway, constructed and operated by the Elmdon Model Engineering Society to demonstrate the finest examples of model engineering on three gauges.

Ingon Manor Golf and Country Club - Snitterfield

Are you looking for a course to hold a society day or to just go and play? Or do you simply want to enjoy a weekend break close to home? Then, if you haven't yet tried it, book now at Ingon Manor Golf and Country Club. Ingon Manor is in a delightful corner of Warwickshire situated between the historic towns of Warwick and Stratford Upon Avon, just far enough away from the bustle to give you peace and tranquility. The highly acclaimed country house hotel, set within 171 glorious acres of the Welcombe Hills. Come and play our 18 hole, par 73, 6575 yard championship golf course. Large Practice Area allows Golfers to practice all Shots from bunker play to Drives.

Gay Hill Golf Club - Birmingham

Gay Hill is an old established Club which was first formed in 1913, moving to the present site in 1921. The Course is laid out in a valley with gently sloping sides, through which runs a stream and its tributary. Subtle use is made of the sloping terrain and streams on several holes. It is not a particularly long Course, measuring just 6406 yards from the white tees and comprising of 10 par 4's, 4 par 3's and 4 par 5's, producing a par for the Course of 72, the SSS being also 72. We are renowned for our hospitality and are sure that a day spent here with us at Gay Hill will be enjoyed and remembered.

National Exhibition Centre Birmingham

The NEC (National Exhibition Centre), Birmingham, is Europe's busiest exhibition venue, staging around 200 trade and consumer shows each year. Its programme of activity attracts four million people and profiles 45,000 exhibiting companies annually. The complex offers 200,000 square metres of space in 21 inter-connecting halls, located in the heart of the UK, alongside national road and rail networks and Birmingham International Airport. Up to four million people visit the centre each year. With 21 halls totalling 200,000 square metres (two million square feet) it is also the biggest exhibition centre in Britain and seventh largest in Europe.

Stratford Business Services (SBS) - Cygnet Court

Stratford Business Services, the business division of Stratford-upon-Avon College, offers a wide range of opportunities for local, national and international organisations to improve their performance and profitability through professional training, tuition and business support services.

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Stratford Business Services (SBS) - Masons Road

Stratford Business Services, the business division of Stratford-upon-Avon College, offers a wide range of apprenticeships across many different subject areas including hospitality and catering, childcare, engineering, construction and many more.

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Shakespeares Birthplace

The "Man of the Millennium" William Shakespeare, was born in 1564 in the half-timbered house in Henley Street, Stratford-Upon-Avon. This is where the young William spent his child-hood and is believed to have been educated at the local grammar school. Entrance to the Birthplace, is through The Shakespeare Centre further up Henley Street. Here in the visitor centre, you will find an exciting new exhibition about the life and background of Shakespeare, following his life and work from his birth in 1564 to the time of his death in 1616. There are specially constructed scenes, sound effects, original artefacts and books; there is also a scale model of Shakespeare's Globe.

Warwick Castle - Warwick

There has been a fortification of some description on this site since 914. The earliest military strategist to make use of the area's defensive features was Ethelfleda, daughter of Alfred the Great. It was originally built to protect the small hill top settlement of Warwick from Danish invaders threatening Mercia, the central Anglo-Saxon kingdom.It was William the Conqueror who built the first true castle here, building a motte (from the French word for moat) and bailey fort here in 1068. William appointed one of his followers, Henry de Beaumont as Castellan. At some point during this stewardship, de Beaumont changed his name to de Newburgh, and five of his descendants duly followed in their forefathers' footsteps. The Castle continued to be passed through noble families until 1978, when it was purchased from Lord Brooke by the Tussauds group.

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Ashorne Hill

Stratford-upon-Avon College

Stratford-upon-Avon College is just a ten minute walk from the centre of the famous Stratford-upon-Avon. Situated on one campus, the college attracts many students from the UK and abroad. The college offers students the opportunity to study in a safe, friendly environment. Our facilities are excellent and we provide outstanding support for all of our students, through personal tutorial systems, a student welfare office and counselling service.We offer a wide variety of courses ranging from Pre-Entry Level to National Diplomas, A Levels and degree level courses.

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The International School and Community College

Our school will be an exciting, well ordered and caring learning community,where all students and staff work together to discover and develop their talents and skills and where the learners of today become the leaders of tomorrow.

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South Birmingham College - Bordesley Green Campus

South Birmingham College is based in Birmingham and offers education and training to its students, that is primarily vocational. It provides both full-time and part-time programs via a number of learning centers offering education to several students. The College delivers a wide range of professional, academic and vocational programs in the fields of Accounting, Administration, Business Studies, Catering & Hospitality, Childcare, Construction, Fashion & Textiles, Hair & Beauty, Health & Safety, Health & Social Care, etc.

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Oakridge Golf Club - Nuneaton

An Oasis of pure tranquility surrounded by picturesque scenery. A green sea of calm and relaxation mixed with an atmosphere full of genuine friendliness!... and 18 holes of pure golfing adrenaline and excitement! With a total yardage of 6242 and a standard scratch score of just 70, the Oakridge is tough enough to begin with, but add the combination of strategically placed hazards and a course designed to test your knowledge as well as your ability, and you will soon understand why both experienced handicap players and ardent enthusiasts alike consider Oakridge to be a true challenge.

Birmingham City Football Club

It is only in the last few seasons that the Blues have began to rid themselves of the tag of 'perennial under-achievers'. Birmingham's history is littered with disappointments and near-misses, and 1963's League Cup success stands out not because they defeated arch-rivals Aston Villa in the final but because it remains the only time they have won a major trophy. Promoted to the Premiership via a penalty shoot-out in 2002's Division One Play-Off Final after a 16-year absence from the top-flight, the Blues performed creditably last season and avoided the drop comfortably. Backed by David Gold's millions, it remains to be seen whether they can match or beat their highest top-flight position (sixth in 1956), but at least they're finally getting closer...

Cadbury Sixth Form College - Kings Norton

The College is situated in a pleasant campus with good recreational facilities and plenty of open space. The buildings are compact and well maintained and the facilities within provide an adult purposeful environment ideally suited to teaching and learning at this level.In recent years the college has invested over seven million pounds in considerable improvements and new buildings. The most recent is a purpose built Art and Textiles block incorporating three large studios, a print room, a darkroom and a kiln. The Design area has also been extensively refurbished and enlarged with state of the art equipment and machinery.

Anne Hathaways Cottage

The most romantic of all the Shakespearean properties, is Anne Hathaway's Cottage, which lies in the beautiful hamlet of Shottery, just outside Stratford-Upon-Avon. The cottage can still be reached by the footpaths over the fields, as it was in Shakespeare's time, when he came to court his future wife. This is where Anne Hathaway spent her childhood and youth, until at the age of eighteen, William Shakespeare and Anne were married in 1582. Today it is called a cottage, but in the sixteenth century it was a substantial farmhouse, known as Hewlands. The cottage was owned, and lived in by the Hathaway family and their descendants, until the late nineteenth century, when it was purchased by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.

Stratford-upon-Avon Centre

Stratford-upon-Avon, the home of William Shakespeare is a beautiful small town renowned for its picturesque timber-framed buildings. Set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside on the banks of the river Avon, Stratford is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Britain. It is easy to reach by car, plane or train and is the perfect place to take a break. In Stratford you will always enjoy traditional warm English hospitality and get a taste of Olde England. Stratford is a major British tourist centre because of its association with William Shakespeare but also makes a good base from which to explore the whole of the Warwickshire area.

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Coventry University

Coventry is an evolving and innovative university with a growing reputation for excellence in education.Independent surveys show that we provide a caring and supportive environment, enriched by a unique blend of academic expertise and practical experience.Three words set us apart - employability, enterprise and entrepreneurship. Coventry University was 'Highly Commended' in the Entrepreneurial University of the Year category at the Times Higher Awards 2008.