Bowcliffe Hall, near Wetherby West Yorkshire, has started restoration work on its ballroom.

The ballroom’s original features including its ceiling and parquet flooring will be retained and restored.  When complete the ballroom will accommodate from 80 to 120 delegates for a conference or banquet. Completion is expected late spring 2016.

Bowcliffe Hall is a Grade II-listed building in 28 acres of grounds. It currently has two meeting spaces, the Morning Room and the Bowcliffe Room which can accommodate groups of up to 60 delegates - both have natural daylight, views across the gardens and hi-speed internet access.  

The new Blackburn Wing which opened in 2014 at Bowcliffe Hall is a 2000 sq-ft treehouse conference and event venue shaped like an airplane wing. It is located in woodland at the heart of the Bowcliffe Estate and was designed to honour Bowcliffe Hall’s past owner aviation pioneer, Robert Blackburn.

Bowcliffe Hall is situated just off the A1(M) a mile north of the A64 in West Yorkshire.