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Published: 30 May 2019

Four new venue listings have gone live in the past few days including the University of East London, Kimbridge Barn, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, and Manchester Marriott Airport Hotel. 

The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn recently re-opened its Great Hall (pictured above), following significant renovation works. 

The hall, which was originally opened by Queen Victoria in 1845 and re-opened by the Queen at the end of last year, has been restored to showcase the architectural beauty of the Tudor Revival style with the benefits of modern enhancements.

It is open to external events as of this month and can host up to 250 guests for dinner or 400 for a reception. 

The London-based Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn is now also taking bookings in its new Ashworth Centre for November onwards, providing a refined space for conferences and events for up to 158 delegates. 

Meanwhile, the University of East London is offering 20% off all summer event bookings for June, July and August with the code UEL20.

From September, the University will also be home to a dedicated conference building on its Stratford Campus. Featuring five classrooms and a 400-seat lecture theatre, all rooms can be hired separately or as a group booking for a large event or conference.

Kimbridge Barn is a 120-capacity tea room and private events space nestled amongst the beautiful waterways of Hampshire’s River Test.

The restored 19th century barn includes The Boot Room, featuring a cosy log fire, large farmhouse-style table, WiFi, a TV screen and a state-of-the-art music system. 

While Manchester Marriott Airport Hotel offers over 12 flexible conference rooms across 8,000 square feet of dedicated venue space. The hotel can host a range of meetings of various layouts and sizes.

The largest conference room is the Cheshire Suite with maximum seating capacity for 180 delegates.

By Mike Fletcher

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