About Keele Hall Events and Conferencing

Rural but well connected

Nestled on a rural University campus, and within easy reach of Birmingham and Manchester, Keele University Events & Conferencing has a large range of impressive spaces to accommodate everything from small team meetings to 600-delegate events, including the magnificent grade two listed Keele Hall. All bookings are managed by a dedicated events team who will put together a flexible, inclusive package including accommodation, free parking, WiFi and state of the art AV equipment.

Further campus facilities during vacation periods

During the University’s Easter and summer vacations, we can offer additional facilities for large conferences, across the whole of the University campus. Chancellor’s Complex is located in the centre of campus and is a self-contained venue with a main lecture theatre, syndicate rooms, exhibition suite, restaurant, and bar.

An historical location

Keele Hall was built in 1851 by the renowned architect Anthony Salvin. It was the Sneyd family home until the establishment of the University College of North Staffordshire in 1948, which later became Keele University. For over 40 years, Keele Hall has been operating as a conference and events venue with a wide range of facilities across three floors and seating up to 400 guests. Keele Hall also has the additional features you would expect from a premium venue, including a dedicated reception, enhanced conference management, business support services, free WiFi, expert AV technicians and ample parking.

"Many thanks, again, for all of your help and support in planning and supporting our conference; everything went very smoothly" Mairead Walsh, Counselling Psychology Conference

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