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Following a considerable AV and WiFi upgrade, Central London venue Middle Temple, which is just a moment away from Embankment and two from The Strand, is re-opening the entire Rutledge Suite with a Grand Champagne Breakfast launch in October.
The Rutledge Suite comprises an entire floor of 7 rooms which can be configured in a number of ways for daytime conferences, meetings, lunches and events for up to 60 delegates. Lunch can be taken in adjoining break-out rooms or in the grand Elizabethan Hall below which serves a delicious 3 course meal.
The Suite has a calming yet studious feel with book lined walls and plenty of natural light. The resident high quality WiFi service will enable many devices to connect to the internet at any one time. The Audio Visual and computing services allow presenters to simply connect a USB device or load DVD’s/CD’s for full screen overhead presentations or to edit on the fly with state of the art software and in-house technology.
Middle Temple's Sales and marketing manager Lorraine Butler commented: "The Rutledge Suite enables organisers to use Middle Temple for board meetings or day long conferences, adding another string to our event capabilities. We will also be revealing our new DDR rates and menus for Autumn/Winter and 2015."
Organisers can request an invitation to the event by contacting the events staff direct on: 020 7427 4820.
Middle Temple is steeped in over 400 years of history and has welcomed Queen Elizabeth I and II, William Shakespeare, Sir Francis Drake and Charles Dickens. The Hall was built between 1562 and 1573 and remains virtually unchanged to this day having survived the Civil War, the Great Fire of London in 1666 and both World Wars whilst preserving the finest example of an Elizabethan oak hammer beam roof. The venue houses some of the most imposing event space in London and is available for formal dinners, weddings, meetings, receptions, corporate events, garden parties and outdoor functions.
Middle Temple should not be confused with Temple Church – which is very close by - as it has no religious bearing and can be used for a variety of events by the general public as well as members.