An historic conferencing and events venue in Gloucestershire has successfully completed a wide-ranging re-branding initiative as it looks to expand its corporate customer base.
The Eastwood Park Training and Conference Centre in Fairfax was first converted into its present function in the 1960s after being established as a private residence in the 19th century.
Now, so as to bring the venue into the 21st century, the owners have ushered in a "new era", with cutting-edge training laboratories, offices and seminar rooms all rolled out across the 200-acre estate.
In addition, Eastwood Park's marketing initiative will now focus on the diversity of the services it offers, ranging from corporate conferences to weddings and training events.
Chief executive John Thatcher said: "The new brand we hope will better reflect what we do here. Eastwood Park is now able to offer such a diverse range of services and facilities from technical training to social events such as weddings."
To coincide with the re-branding, the venue is launching a range of initiatives aimed at better engaging with the local community, with Fairfax residents to be invited to a series of open days and events.