The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) opened in 1985 in Glasgow and is funded by councils and various private sectors. It is an events centre where concerts and various other events...
Advantages transport links, design, shows, staff, size
Disadvantages price for food etc
The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) opened in 1985 in Glasgow and is funded by councils and various private sectors. It is an events centre where concerts and various other events are held on a daily basis. Location Location Location The SECC is in a prime location a short distance away from Glasgow city centre. It is accessible by car and is well signposted from the city centre with ample parking. Alternatively it can be accessed by following the Clyde along the front and cannot be missed. Trains come through the underground from Glasgow Central Station on a regular basis and ...
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Advantages great facilities, atmospheric setting, easily accessible
Disadvantages seated auditorium for rock concerts
The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) is situated in the midst of Glasgow on a 64 acre site along the River Clyde. Since 1985, this complex has been host to many conferences, exhibitions and events. It claims to be one of the finest conference venues within Europe as it provides the perfect location for events within Scotland’s ‘cultural capital’. Part of what makes it a great venue is its ease of accessibility by all modes of transport. With its own railway station only a few minutes ride from the low-level at Central Station, and its own bus terminus and ...
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