Please Vote for us now – M&IT Awards 2017

Event organisers, please remember to vote for the Møller Centre in the M&IT awards by 7 December for a chance to win a holiday to Vietnam. We have won Best UK Management Training Centre five out of the last six years and are very proud of this client recognition – if you feel we should […]

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Our most loyal and long-standing client

Today (October 7) we are honoured to have on site Kathy Le (pictured centre with Thierry and Nikolletta), who we think can claim to be our most loyal and long-standing client. Having previously organised events for Conference Contacts at Churchill College, Kathy was at the Møller Centre on Friday 2nd October, 1992 when Her Majesty, […]

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Møller’s European champions

With the European Championships well into the knockout stages and the EU Referendum dominating the media, Europe is undoubtedly the hot topic on everybody’s lips. With Europe on the brain we looked at the variety of European countries represented by our team here at the Møller, not only to stir up friendly football rivalries, but to celebrate […]

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New accommodation court at Churchill College

If you’re a regular visitor to the Møller Centre you will have noticed an impressive new Cambridge landmark emerging from the other side of the Churchill College cricket pitch. The landmark Cowan Court – named in honour of alumnus and Benefactor Fellow, Michael Cowan – will provide on-campus accommodation for 68 Churchill students, including three […]

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Møller Centre team shortlisted for two Meetings & Incentive Travel awards

Hot on the heels of celebrating being awarded a one-star Best Companies accreditation for excellent workplace engagement, the Møller Centre team are off to another awards ceremony having been shortlisted for two Meeting & Incentive Travel (M&IT) awards – Best Conference and Banqueting Staff and Best UK Management Training Centre – thanks to votes cast […]

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Team Møller aim to walk 50k for Alzheimer’s Society

The Senior Management Team at The Møller Centre are aiming to raise £3000 for Alzheimer’s Society by completing a unique endurance event – a 50km walk – along the historic Grand Union Canal towpath – a hidden green corridor that winds its way from the heart of London out towards the Chilterns.

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Albert Irvin (1922-2015)

Mike Tooby reports in the Guardian that the British artist Albert Irvin has died (read the full article here). Known for his abstract paintings, watercolours, and prints. Born in southeast London, he attended the Northampton School of Art, but cut his studies short to join the Royal Air Force in 1941 during World War II.

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