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New Investment Tees Off Corporate Offering

Event space at The Lost City

The Lost City Adventure Golf, one of Nottingham’s top leisure attractions, has invested £150,000 in a brand new bar and corporate events area as it looks to position itself as an alternative option for team building activities and corporate events.

As well as refurbishing the main bar with an elaborate tiki theme, a dedicated event space and private bar has been added doubling the size of the area available for parties and events to 1,700 sq ft and increasing capacity of the venue as a whole 354.

Lane Scott, Owner of The Lost City, said that the extension and refurbishment was a natural next step in the growth of the venue: “The redevelopment of the bar area represents a key milestone for us. It’s something we’ve been planning for a while and to say we’re delighted with the results is an understatement.

“The facilities we now have enable us to offer an extended range of teambuilding and events packages so we can begin to seriously position ourselves as a credible option in the corporate events market. It is our ambition to become the ‘go-to’ place in the local area for group activities that are a little bit different to the norm.”

The new layout allows for much greater flexibility and means events can be tailored to meet individual needs, whether that be configuring the space in a particular way, using the plasma screens or offering specific drinks from behind the bar.

Event packages start from £11 per person and bespoke options can be created to meet the needs of events of any size or style. These include exclusive use of the 18-hole courses, tailored drinks packages, use of meeting facilities and a range of light refreshments.

The bar redevelopment comes on the back of significant investment in new animatronics at the end of 2014 and demonstrates an ongoing confidence in Nottingham’s entertainment and leisure scene. £10,000 was spent on a life size alligator and 23ft snake took up residence just before Christmas and have been bringing the courses to life for intrepid adventurers ever since.

Lane added, “This most recent investment is just the latest in a long line of plans to grow The Lost City into one of the top leisure attractions in Nottingham. We want to show that The Lost City is ready and able to deliver whatever the event may be, from a fun-filled children’s party to a high energy teambuilding challenge.”

The Lost City adventure golf is located in the Cornerhouse basement and is the first indoor course of its kind in the East Midlands. Open from 10.30a.m. to 11.00p.m on weekdays and 10.00am to 11.00pm on weekends it has become a hugely popular destination for all ages.

For more information and to stay up to date with the latest news and offers visit www.lostcityadventuregolf.com, like www.facebook.com/lostcitynotts or follow @lostcitynotts on Twitter.

Posted on 08 June 2015

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