Newly refurbished meeting rooms become the new home for Churchill memorabilia

 
Wed 03 Dec 2014

Challenge House in Bletchley celebrated the completion of its stunning new office suites and meeting rooms with a well-attended party and the official opening of the fabulous Churchill Room by special guest Mrs Minnie Churchill. 
 
The impressive and modern building plays host to 57,000 sq. ft. of modern office accommodation offering large and small suites on flexible terms, superfast fibre optic broadband, 24 hour access, landscaped surroundings, an on-site café, picnic area and parking.
 
The walls of The Churchill Meeting Room are lined with incredible Churchill memorabilia. The private collection includes pictures, posters, books, and pamphlets that had once been housed at an exhibition at the famous Bletchley Park. 
 
The collection sparks a new wave of creative exhibiting at Challenge House as it has also opened its doors to the local art students from Milton Keynes College, whose artwork and photography will now hang in the main reception and will continuously change throughout the year, a fantastic showcase for the talented teens.  Guests at the party were also treated to delicious canapés and mocktails created and served by catering students at the College.
 
Challenge House Reception Manager, Debra King said, “We are thrilled to be the custodians of original artwork and artefacts of Sir Winston Churchill. It is 50 years since his death but these pieces of memorabilia are still of great interest to those who hire this particular room for their meetings. We think it provides the perfect setting for the great minds of Milton Keynes coming together.  ”
 
The Churchill roomwas officially declared open by Mrs Minnie Churchill, DL, wife of the late Mr Winston Churchill, grandson of Sir Winston Churchill.
 
To host your next meeting at Challenge House, contact Debra King at debra@lmpsltd.co.uk or call 01908 533259 to discuss office leasing options contact Challenge House on 01908 533259 or email enquiries@lmpsltd.co.uk

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