Central facilities re-launched at Chesterford Research Park

PUBLISHED: 14:56 17 September 2010

The Nucleus

The Nucleus

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CHESTERFORD Research Park has launched its new website and fine dining menus –extending what it has to offer to the outside world.

The Nucleus lounging area

CHESTERFORD Research Park has launched its new website and fine dining menus, extending what it has to offer to the outside world.

The team at the park hosted an event on Friday to showcase the capabilities of its central facilities building – The Nucleus.

Both tenant and non-tenant guests were invited to tour the facilities available within The Nucleus, which includes state-of-the-art meeting room and conferencing facilities, private event space for weddings, and corporate hospitality, café bar and health and fitness centre

Guests were then invited to sample the newly devised executive menus, carefully put together by the Nucleus catering team, having drawn on culinary influences from around the world.

One of the conference rooms

The event was an opportunity to officially launch a new stand-alone website for The Nucleus - thenucleus.uk.com – from which visitors can view full details of the facilities as well as contact the events team directly.

Park manager Katherine Maguire said: “We are extremely proud of both the facilities available at The Nucleus and the team that ensure each event exceeds expectations.

“I very much hope that our state-of-the-art facilities and organisational expertise continue to be a winning combination for many years to come.”

Chesterford Research Park is being developed as a 250-acre low density scheme to provide high quality accommodation in an attractive environment for science and technology based companies of all sizes.

The Nucleus gym

There are approximately 650 people currently working on the park.

For more information visit chesterfordresearchpark.com


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