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Recommended capacity: 10 (based on a boardroom layout)
Size: 36 square metres
Facilities: Comfort cooling, centrally controlled electronic blinds, free wi-fi access and refreshments.
AV facilities: Mobile executive credenza unit with Smart 17" sympodium interactive display, Blu-ray and DVD player, digital media player, personal computer, and digital signage.
Named after Matthew Bramley – Of Bramley apples fame
The first Bramley tree grew from a pip planted in 1809 by Mary Ann Brailsford in her garden in Southwell, Nottinghamshire. But this unique apple actually gets its name from local butcher Bramley, who in 1846 bought the garden in which the tree grew. When local nurseryman, Henry Merryweather, took cuttings from the tree and started to sell the apple Bramley agreed, but insisted the apple should bear his name.