This month’s new members include three Historic Royal Palaces, a visitor attraction featuring a self-guided chocolatey exhibition tour, and a high-tech mini golf course.
HM Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace and Kensington Palace, part of the Historic Royal Palaces consortium, have all gone live on venuefinder.com this month.
The Tower of London offers an adaptable meetings suite in the New Armouries (pictured), and can host events for up to 300 people.
Dinners and receptions can be held in the versatile Banqueting Suite, which offers easy access to the Tower’s inspiring and ancient surroundings. Guests can follow in the footsteps of kings and queens on a private tour of this distinctive, historic fortress with centuries of stories to amaze and intrigue.
At Hampton Court, the former home of Henry VIII, event planners can choose from 14 different meeting rooms for up to 250 guests. While at Kensington Palace, there’s 11 meeting rooms offering event space for up to 170 guests.
The two other venues to have signed-up to our free-to-use venue finding website this month are Cadbury World and Puttshack.
Cadbury World, located in the picturesque village of Bournville near Birmingham, has recently launched a new corporate events venue.
The Dame Elizabeth Cadbury Room (pictured) accommodates up to 50 guests and can be set up in a number of arrangements to suit different event formats. Delegates can enjoy a buffet lunch, refreshments throughout the day, free car parking and complimentary stationery and chocolates.
Organisers can bolster their Cadbury experience with a number of team-building activities throughout the day, from a self-guided tour of the popular attraction’s chocolatey zones through to a hands-on session where delegates will learn chocolate making techniques and get an exclusive insight into the life of a chocolatier at Cadbury World.
Meanwhile Puttshack, located at Westfield London, offers a range of golf, food and drink packages with exclusive areas available to book for 10 -110 guests.
All options include one round of golf per person or organisers can alternatively hire out the entire venue with all four courses and unlimited mini golf for up to 750 guests.
By Mike Fletcher