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Chelsea announces premium 2018 World Cup screening package

Directors Lounge - Stamford Bridge
Stamford Bridge, home to Chelsea FC and one of London’s most iconic sporting venues, has launched the ultimate football screening experience for clients and their delegates.  
A premium screening package is available to book for England’s three group game matches at the FIFA World Cup in June 2018, providing the opportunity to watch the hotly anticipated games against the backdrop of one of the UK’s best-known sporting venues.


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Thomas Cook Group Airlines appoint National Account Manager

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Thomas Cook Group Airlines has appointed Emma Holliday as National Account Manager for Thomas Cook Airlines UK and Condor, in an expansion of its trade sales team.
Holliday, (whose name suggests she was destined for the industry!) has spent 25 years in travel with roles in Account Management, Overseas Operations & Travel Retail Management. Holliday moved to Thomas Cook Airlines from Leeds Bradford Airport where she was Aviation Sales Manager.


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Acclaimed Lake District hotel Linthwaite House to re-open in March 2018

Lake District hotel Linthwaite House
Leeu Collection has unveiled more details of the £10 million refurbishment of acclaimed Lake District hotel Linthwaite House, which will now re-open in Spring 2018.
The original intention was for Linthwaite House to start operating again this month, with work being completed on new guest rooms in the property’s extensive gardens, the Woodland Suites, in the first quarter of 2018.


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RRfW Annual Conference underlines Well Met’s commitment to sustainability

Cloth hall court
Well Met, Leeds Beckett University’s conference department, are delighted to host the second annual Resource Recovery from Waste (RRfW) Conference at Cloth Hall Court today,  Wednesday 22nd November.
Previously bringing together more than 80 delegates from government, industry and academia, this year’s conference aims to answer the question ‘What do business cases for resource recovery look like, and what can we learn from successful examples?’.


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