Vintners’ Hall is the home to the Worshipful Company of Vintners. On 27 September 2016, the Hall welcomed more than 120 leading members of The City of London’s Livery Companies. It was at an event that showcased the venue’s grandeur, service, and innovative catering skills. The occasion brought together many Livery Companies’ clerks and wardens who often hold many events in London. Searcy is the manager of catering and events at the business hall. He served up different foods at the reception which included smoked eel croquettes, prosciutto ham, salads and white chocolate.
Kim Lyons, the Assistant Clerk of the Worship Company of Distillers, recommended the Hall for its flexibility and high-quality services. Kim says that their company needs to start event management process with spirits and create a menu that matches their needs. The firm’s team is ready to incorporate this idea and will bring a creative touch that will make every event memorable and inspiring.
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Patricia Paixao, Sales and Selling Manager for Searcys at Vintners’ Hall said that the event was the most successful showcase that they had ever had. He says that they received vast positive feedback and a variety of explorations. They were impressed by Vintners’ Hall that provided special catering services, unmatched by other Halls. Searcys’ members are looking forward to holding such events in the future.
About Vintners’ in the UK
The Company got its first charter in 1363, and it is one of the greatest Livery Enterprises in London. They consist of over 500 Liverymen and Freemen. The business is well known for its imports, regulations and sale of wine in the UK. The Industry has created strong links with the UK wine industry. It has played an exceptional role in maintaining its trade, educational and charitable works.
The unique facilities at the company’s hall provide an attractive venue for special events in London. They have collaborated with the Crown and the Dyer’s Company to establish traditional Swan’s ceremonies. The celebrations take place in July, on certain stretches of the River Thames and it brings together enormous crowds.
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