Why not stay in Hereford for our workshop?

Very old hadn-dran map on the left hand side in black and white juxtaposed with modern infographics

Hereford is easily accessible from Cardiff (1 hr on the train, 90 mins driving), Bristol (90 minutes either way), Birmingham (1hr 40 ish by train or car) and Manchester (2 hrs on the train, 3 by car).

Which makes our Hereford workshop the obvious choice for many charity and social enterprise leaders.

As our London workshop has sold out many people from further afield are thinking of making the trip. If you’re looking at a map and wondering whether it’s a good idea here are a few points we think may sway you.

Stay here

There is high quality accommodation on-site. En-suite, accessible rooms are available to book at Gardner Hall (where the workshop is being held). Residents also get use of the adjacent (fully accessible) Spa and Gym. If you fancy something a bit more rural, we have lots of accommodation really, lots of accommodation.

Plenty to do the night before

There are great (independent) places to eat and drink in the city like Shack Revolution, Beefy Boys, Rule of Tum (they were in the Observer), and the Cellar Door. Herefordshire also boasts the cheapest beer in the country which may interest some of you.

Plenty to do down the road

The Hay Festival is just down the road and starts the day after our workshop. So our workshop could be the start to a long weekend in the borders. And if literature isn’t your cup of tea. Try philosophy at the How the Light Gets In festival.

We know what you’re thinking. It sounds too good to be true. But it is true. Book now.

Photo credit: the image at the top of this post features an image of the Mappa Mundi used as it is in the Public Domain. The Mappa Mundi can be seen in Hereford Cathedral. .

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