If buildings could speak, Bisham Abbey would have a fascinating story to tell. The 800 year old Abbey was once a home for the English nobility and aristocracy and is now one of the UK's National Sports Centres. Bisham Abbey provides training grounds and centres of excellence not only for the country's leading sportsmen and women but also the local community.
Mentioned in the Doomsday Book, Bisham Abbey played host to Henry VIII and the exiled Elizabeth I who governed for a while from the suite now known as the Elizabethan Room.
These days, it is the prestigious training venue for over 20 different sports and organisations including the English Institute of Sport, England Hockey, WIN Tennis Academy and the England Football and Rugby Associations.
Whatever your sport, Bisham can play a part in ensuring you reach your full potential.
Whatever your event, Bisham can provide flexible meeting spaces.
Whatever your celebration, Bisham can host your party inside or out.
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|Contact Name||Peter Mann
|Description||The 800 year old Abbey is now one of the UK's National Sports Centres. Bisham Abbey provides training grounds and centres of excellence not only for the country's leading sportsmen and women but also the local community. It also prides itself in 'Connecting Leisure to the Community' and its facilities are open to the public not just the elite.