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Wyboston Lakes marks 30 successful years

Wyboston Lakes Conference and Leisure Centre
Wyboston Lakes Conference and Leisure Centre, now entering a new era of opportunity after a £3.5 million facility investment, celebrates 30 years of progressive growth this September. To mark the anniversary, conference and training clients are being invited to share in a family fun day on Sunday 1st September. .

From humble beginnings in 1983, Wyboston Lakes has grown to be the UK's largest privately owned single-site residential conference and training centre. Its recent investment has added important new dimensions to its business.

While elevating the standards of it conference and training facilities even higher, the investment has given the venue major new opportunities in the leisure sector. The most significant development is the venue’s premium Y Spa, opened last November and complementing such facilities as its established and very popular 18 hole golf course. Leisure guests are now a growing element of the business of Wyboston Lakes Hotel, and also a popular overnight stop for corporate users.

Set on a private estate, the business was originally created by Potton Construction Developments, which formally adopted the identity of Wyboston Lakes Ltd in 2003. The original conference and training activity is based around two dedicated venues – Wyboston Lakes Executive Centre and Wyboston Lakes Training Centre – which share a large and diverse portfolio of customers ranging from FTSE Top 250 companies and government departments to SMEs, charities and not-for-profit organisations.

Business and leisure clients, employees and local residents are being invited to the anniversary event, which begins at 1300 hours on Sunday 1st September and centres on the venue’s lakeside Waterfront Restaurant & Grill, located at Wyboston Lakes Hotel.

“With our recent investment, we have entered the most exciting time in 30 years, and we’ll be sharing our celebrations with a wide spectrum of people who are contributing to our continuing progress,” commented Wyboston Lakes’ managing director Mark Jones.

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