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18th December, 2019
Tanners Christmas Meeting
  • First Race : 12:40 pm

The Clive Pavilion

The Clive Pavilion is reputed to be the largest function room in Shropshire having a floor area of 7,000 square feet which means it can hold 400 conference style and 350 for a sit-down dinner.  It was built 27 years ago and opened by Viscount Windsor, now the Earl of Plymouth, on 19th November 1992.  Until the building of the Jubilee Stand in 2003, the Clive Pavilion was the only hospitality area at Ludlow Racecourse.  Previously, it hosted the general public, annual members, owners and trainers and directors all under one roof, something inconceivable today!

Any Occasion..

Over the years we have used it for weddings, conferences, Hunt Balls, Christmas Fairs, car boot sales and we have hosted, amongst others, Theresa May, David Cameron, Jeremy Hunt, HRH The Countess of Wessex, HRH The Prince & Princess of Wales, Steve Bull and Liverpool Football Club.

There is also space to land a helicopter here if required but this needs to be booked in advance.

Facilities

The Clive Pavilion has its own huge floodlit car park which can hold at least 200 cars with direct access to the room. Disabled access is good with toilets situated at both ends and ramps everywhere.

It has 2 bars to suit every event, its own massive kitchen which is one of the biggest kitchens in Shropshire with 3 x 6 burner industrial cookers, industrial plate warmers, fridge and freezer, dishwasher and ample amounts of tables and chairs for every occasion. It also has a grass area outside with picnic tables which can be used for hog roasts, barbeques or picnics.

We have an 8 x 8 metre polished wooden dance floor, dimmable lights, and we have the biggest screen in Shropshire. Every aspect of IT equipment can be organized and hired from us.

Designated smoking areas are well signed.

NB: Smoke machines and candles are not allowed anywhere on the course.

For more information, please contact Diane Thomas on 01584 856221 or [email protected]

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