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Heathcotes - Chester Racecourse

Heathcotes - Chester Racecourse
Address:
The Racecourse Chester CH1 2LY
United Kingdom
Phone: 01244 304607
Capacity: 1000

Heathcotes at Chester Racecourse is one of the region’s premier venues for business events, private functions, special ccasions, parties and weddings.

With a wide variety of high quality function rooms, including the newly built Pavilion suite, the racecourse is able to cater for parties ranging from 10 to 1000 guests. Dedicated event planners take care of all requirements, and all food is freshly prepared by Paul Heathcote chefs.

Add ample, secure parking, an adjacent 97-bedroom hotel, plus a whole range of entertainment options - including after dinne speakers, music and comedy acts -and Heathcotes will create your perfect function.

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