Nadhim Zahawi visited Warwickshire College Group’s Moreton Hall to learn about plans to develop the building as a national training hotel within the newly formed Centre for Hospitality, Heritage and Tourism Skills.
Moreton Morrell College is currently out of action following fire in 2008. The College plans to carry out extensive restoration work to reinstate this beautiful building to its former glory and enable the creation of a boutique hotel that will be home to the training school.
“It was a tremendous pleasure to learn about Moreton Hall's history of education, with the estate being used as a training facility, both shortly before and after World War II, to teach soldiers farming and agricultural skills.
“I also had the opportunity to learn about Moreton Hall's exciting plans to create opportunities for local young people to develop the skills necessary to thrive in Stratford-on-Avon’s fantastic hospitality and tourism sector.”