Posts Tagged: corporate hospitality

Top 10 Staff Christmas Party Venues

With less than 100 days until December, some venues are already completely booked out for staff Christmas parties. Luckily our capital has plenty of options and here are 10 of our favourites… 1. The Old Bank of England, Fleet Street As you might imagine, this was the home of the Bank of England. The institution… Read more »

Goodwood Revival 2018: A quick guide

Friday 7th – Sunday 9th September They say the heyday of the Goodwood circuit was between 1948 and 1966, however, the revival is more than simply an echo of the past. It has grown over its 20 year history into a renowned event in its own right. Its size is unique in the historic race… Read more »

Top 10 Al Fresco Summer Party Venues London

Summer is here and it’s time to enjoy the good weather while it lasts. If you are planning an outdoor team building activity, such as ‘It’s a Knockout’, you could easily combine it with a BBQ. Maybe you’re looking for a cooking event but don’t want to be cooped up inside, we have the solution… Read more »

5 Reasons Why You Should Book Your Christmas Party Early

Christmas might seem like a long way off, but it isn’t. We’re already more than half way through the year to the big day. While you might not yet have given your Christmas Party much thought, others have, we have already been taking our first Christmas 2019 bookings. If you haven’t already started to look… Read more »

What to expect at The Wimbledon Championships 2018

2nd – 7th, 9th – 15th July 2018 First held in 1877, Wimbledon is quite rightfully considered the home of Tennis. Oddly enough, ‘Center Court’ was mis-named between 1922 and 1997: it was central at the old site on Nursery Road, but when the club moved to it’s current site it wasn’t, not until the… Read more »

Top 10 Large Conference Venues in London

Events come in all shapes and sizes, but sometimes they go large; we would class this as having over 500 delegates. It takes a particular kind of venue to fit the population of a small village. While you may have an idea in mind, our sales team are ideally placed to help you with your… Read more »

10 facts you didn’t know about Wimbledon

The Wimbledon Championships is the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. It has grown somewhat since it was founded. Read on for some fun facts… 1. Food With 2200 staff, Wimbledon has the largest European sporting catering operation with over 320,000 glasses of Pimms and 166,000 servings (34 tonnes) of strawberries consumed. 2. Age… Read more »

What to expect at Epsom Derby 2018

This is THE Derby, the original, all other Derbys are named after this race meet and the meet itself is named after the then 12th Earl of Derby. This is sometimes known as the ‘Blue Riband of the Turf’ and is considered to be the most prestigious of the five Classic Races (the others being:… Read more »

Introducing our new event: Olympic Challenge

Treat your Team this summer! Following on from the success of our existing ‘Bright Lights of London’ and ‘London’s Game of Zones’ events, we are pleased to announce the launch of ‘The Olympic Challenge’. Our GPS hunts are ever popular, with most being among the hustle-and-bustle of Westminster, the City, Southbank, Tower Bridge or the… Read more »

A Quick Guide to the Chelsea Flower Show 2018

Tuesday 22nd – Saturday 26th May 2018 The Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show has remained popular since its inception in 1862 as ‘The Great Spring Show’. The RHS had been holding shows since 1833 and, before they formalised proceedings, fetes had been a social fixture stretching back into our prehistory. In 2005 the number… Read more »