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Aspects at the National Memorial Arboretum

Address: Croxall Rd
Alrewas
Burton on Trent
Staffordshire
DE13 7AR
England
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Tel: 01283 245117 Please tell the venue that you found them on venuefinder.com
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Ratings:
VisitEngland Gold Award
Contacts: Emma Syer
 - Business Development Executive
Sarah Oakden
 - Head of Marketing
Delegate Rates:
Daily:   From  £35.00
Rates are exclusive of sales tax (VAT)
Check-in time: 08:00
Check-out time: 18:00
Member of Associations: Birmingham Chamber of Commerce
Meeting Room
Disabled Access:
Yes
Location & Parking: The National Memorial Arboretum is set in the centre of the country, between Lichfield and Burton on Trent next to the A38 dual carriageway.

We are easily accessible from the M42, M6 (Toll), A38, A50 and the M1. 300 spaces are available in our main car park, with a generous overflow for a further 500 cars. Pre-booked coach parking is available.

Average Journey Times:
Burton on Trent: 10 minutes
Lichfield: 10 minutes
Derby: 30 minutes
Sutton Coldfield: 20 minutes

Nearest Railway Stations:
Lichfield Trent Valley (4 miles)
Lichfield City (5.1 miles)
Tamworth (6.5 miles)
Burton-on-Trent (6.6 miles)
Restaurants: On-site restaurant with seating for 300 people provided within our public-facing Remembrance Centre open 09:00 - 16:30. Hot food served until 2pm.

Additional coffee shop serving Chartley's coffee roasted in Staffordshire alongside snacks and light bites - opening hours vary.
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what our customers say

Kate Conway (Events and Dealer Marketing Manager), Hyundai Motor UK Ltd
"If you’re looking for a new venue in the Midlands, look no further than Aspects at the National Memorial Arboretum. We took a regional meeting there a couple of weeks ago; not only did the space go down a storm, but the catering is excellent and there is plenty of parking on-site. With lovely views over the Arboretum itself I can imagine that in the summer time, it would be even more lovely."
Rachael Shaw (Assistant BI Director (Communications)), Platform Housing Group
"The Arboretum is a truly unique and inspiring environment. From the moment you enter to the moment you leave the tranquillity and peace cocoons you. Being surrounded by such moving memorials, life views and volunteers really does add perspective to your visit and allows you to take time out from busy lives and schedules to reflect on what really is important."
Ian Brierley (Head of Procurement - Digital & Transformation), Rolls-Royce PLC
"An amazing venue in the heart of an inspirational environment, the Aspects conference suite at the National Memorial Arboretum offers a facility that is adaptable to meet many varied requirements from small team meetings to larger conference gatherings. The team at Aspects help to bring your day together from the initial engagements to organise your event right through to the final goodbye."
Maxine Estevez (Executive Assistant), Midlands Expressway
"Everything about the venue is first class and I will definitely be looking to use the facilities again next year 

I’d like to pass on our thanks to Rachael and the team for their help yesterday."

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Aspects at the National Memorial Arboretum

Escape to the extraordinary setting of Aspects at the National Memorial Arboretum for your next event for a unique and inspirational backdrop your guests will love.

Located just 20 minutes from Sutton Coldfield, on the edge of the National Forest, our idyllic setting offers the best of both worlds; easily accessible but a world away.

Our contemporary events building; Aspects features seven flexible events spaces for up to 500 guests, a stylish lounge, state-of-the-art AV and an expansive terrace with views across the Arboretum.

Guests are welcome to explore our incredible 150-acre, award-winning visitor attraction; filled with inspirational stories brought to life by passionate guides.

Hear the smile-raising tale of Able Sea Cat Simon aboard the HMS Amethyst; the only cat to receive a naval title, or the inspirational story of Lance Corporal William Coltman; the most decorated non-commissioned officer of the First World War, who never fired his rifle.

About the Arboretum:

The Arboretum is a nationally important site, home to over 30,000 trees and 370 memorials that remember ordinary people through the most remarkable of times; their incredible stories, battles fought, sacrifices made, struggles endured and victories won. Recognising both military and civilian service, the Arboretum commemorates people from all walks of life.

Conceived over 20 years ago as a celebration of a life lived; the Arboretum welcomes over 300,000 visitors every year to explore, discover and remember this unique, thought-provoking and inspiring setting.

Charity No: 1043992 Gold Award - Enjoy Staffordshire Business Events Venue of the Year 2019

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