Brackenhurst Campus is located in the rural village of Southwell, within 500 acres of beautiful Nottinghamshire countryside approximately 30 minutes from Nottingham city centre.
As Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Sciences, Brackenhurst leads the way in making NTU one of the most sustainable universities in the world, with its work on conservation research and issues such as climate change and conservation. This makes Brackenhurst campus a fitting location for organisations supporting sustainability and those who may want to present their products and services in classrooms or rural settings.
The stunning Brackenhurst Hall is surrounded by grounds suitable for outdoor receptions, marquees and team building activities. The hall also has a boardroom overlooking the grounds with a capacity of 24, with purpose built classrooms and a 118 seat lecture theatre available in the Bramley Building. The Lyth Building, the newest addition to Brackenhurst Campus, will be opening in two phases across 2020. January will see state-of-the-art teaching and research rooms open for smaller meetings and events, followed by a large 200 retractable seat lecture theatre, a reception area with exhibition space, outdoor areas and dining facilities in October.
- Modern classrooms
- Lecture theatres holding up to 200
- Large open plan reception space
- Dining spaces
- Lawns for outdoor receptions, marquees and team building events
- Accommodation available for use out of term time
- Onsite parking