Work has started on a £20million redevelopment of the waterfront in Hartlepool in Co Durham. Plans include  a new visitor attraction, viewing deck and water activity centre plus the creation of a 'Linear Park' around the boundary of the site.

From a meetings and events viewpoint the redevelopment of Hartlepool’s waterfront will also include regeneration of the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool. The museum has a wide range of exhibits and is the new home for Rescue Motor Launch 497 – a ship that rescued fallen airmen during the Second World War.

The primary aim of the Hartlepool Waterfront development is to raise the profile of the town and attract more visitors.

From a meetings point of view, the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool has two well-equipped meeting rooms: The Sir William Gray Suite and the Baltic Suite – both boasting views over the HMS Trincomalee and the historic Quayside.

Each room will seat up to 120 delegates theatre style. The Baltic Suite will also subdivide into three equally sized sections.

National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool is easily accessible from the A1M and the A19. From there drivers are advised to ‘head for the masts of HMS Trincomalee’ (picture).

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