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Launch of new Harbour & Jones Events website

New listings at Westminster Abbey, Middle Temple and Sarah Myerscough Fine Art Gallery

Today launching their new website Harbour & Jones Events has revealed that it has gained listings in more of London's most prestigious venues including Westminster Abbey, Middle Temple and Sarah Myerscough Fine Art Gallery.

Adding to its already impressive portfolio of venues, Harbour & Jones Events is now an approved supplier at all three buildings. The venues will be added to the company’s distinguished collection, which includes a whole host of architecturally stunning venues including the Royal Society, 41 Portland Place and Prince Philip House as well as some of London’s most iconic buildings, such as St Paul’s Cathedral and Cutty Sark.

Middle Temple and Westminster Abbey, where the company has already catered for two events, represent two of the finest examples of historic venues in London, both with their own notable pasts.

Sarah Myerscough Fine Art Gallery has been brought on board to support the company’s increasing demand for exhibition space, the stylish gallery is situated in the heart of Mayfair just a stone’s throw away from Claridges, Berkley Square and Bond Street.

“It’s a huge compliment to be listed at these venues, the standard of suppliers we are amongst is incredibly high and it’s great to be able to unveil them on our new website, which has been six months in the making,” said Hannah Evans, Harbour & Jones Events Sales Manager.

The new look website was launched today and aims to further promote the Harbour & Jones Events collection as well as showcase their talented team of chefs and stylists. It is turning out to be a notable year for the company, announcing earlier in June that renowned entrepreneur Luke Johnson had joined their board, Susan Morrissey will also be joining the company from November 4th as Venue Sales Director. Currently a well know freelance consultant, Susan will be responsible for driving growth and developing existing business within the Harbour & Jones Events collection. The company is going from strength to strength with the new website set to further increase their position within the events industry.

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