To mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, Church House Conference Centre - one of Westminster’s most sophisticated venues – invited clients and staff to a Diamond Jubilee High Tea on Friday, June 1st.
The celebration party saw over 100 guests take in an afternoon of sumptuous food and drink - provided by the venue’s award winning in-house event caterer Kudos, and entertainment provided by musical duo The Cash Cows, giving guests a chance to see the stunning venue in all its glory. The party was also an opportunity for guests to meet the whole Church House team, from maintenance to front of house, and to thank them for their hard work in ensuring events run smoothly.
Robin Parker, general manager at Church House Conference Centre, says: “Our Jubilee party was a great success. The turnout was fantastic and included a mix of old and new customers as well as our staff. Being located in the heart of Westminster and having welcomed the Queen through Church House’s doors, we thought it was only right to mark such a momentous occasion. The event was also an opportunity to thank our team. The staff work very hard in producing high quality events and the Jubilee party was our chance to show our gratitude to them for their sterling work.“
Church House Conference Centre, a Grade II listed building, was opened to the public as an events venue in 1990. With 19 spacious and diverse rooms, which can accommodate AGMs, conferences, board meetings, gala dinners, product launches, cocktail receptions and awards ceremonies, Church House is one of the city’s most versatile venues.