Kennel Club Building in Stoneleigh: Dog Events & Shows

Where: the building is located near Coventry, Warwickshire CV8 2LZ

Having first opened its doors in 2009 The Kennel Club Building at Stoneleigh is the UK's only purpose built, completely dog friendly venue, suitable for a wide range of canine activities - A Centre of Educational Excellence for Dogs and their Owners.

What does the Kennel Club Building offer?

  • Great location in the centre of the Midlands
  • Fully equipped meeting rooms with high quality AV systems (inc in hire cost)
  • Two meeting rooms available which can accommodate up to 200 people
  • Two large exhibition halls suitable for Trade Shows with access to outside space
  • Catering provided by Farmers Fayre
  • FREE parking for up to 1500 cars
  • Meeting rooms can be hired separately from just £90 per day
  • No hidden hire costs

Find out what's on at the building… We would love to see you there.

About the Kennel Club Building

Run by the  Kennel Club Educational Trust (KCET), the Building supports the Charity's aim of educating the public about dogs and responsible ownership.

Centrally located, the building is easily accessible by road, rail and air. For further travel guidance please download the 'How to find us' document.

Since 2009 the Building has been used for events such as;

  • AGM's
  • Dog Training
  • Dog Shows and Competitions
  • Companion Dog Shows and Charity Events
  • Educational Seminars

Both the Office and On-Site Caretaker are more than happy to help ensure your event runs as smoothly as possible. 

How to make a booking

Further information and guidance is available for you here.

Additional client information

Further information and guidance is available for you here.

Any further questions - Please view our Frequently Asked Questions or contact the Office on KC.Building@thekennelclub.org.uk

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