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Trinity House and Payne and Gunter collaborate on new value-oriented DDR package

Trinity House, the elegant working home of the General Lighthouse Authority for England and Wales overlooking the historic Tower of London, has teamed up with one of the House’s established preferred caterers of long-standing, Payne and Gunter, to present to corporate bookers and conference planners a selection of value-oriented DDR (Delegate Day Rates) packages depending on selected days of the week.  The packages are designed to appeal to planners who can be flexible with event scheduling to optimise budget limitations..

Each of the three DDR are inclusive of full hire/exclusive use of Trinity House from 9am – 5pm and incorporate arrival and mid-morning break coffee/tea/biscuits; two-course chef’s choice of hot buffet lunch including dessert, and  afternoon tea/coffee break and biscuits.  Also provided for delegates on a complimentary basis are notepads and pens; flipchart with pads and pens, and jugs of table water and incidental bowls of sweets on conference tables.  Extra amenities such as mineral water (£1.65), fruit juice during breaks (£2.00) and bacon or egg baps (£2.40) are also available on request.  Valid for the remainder of 2013 and throughout 2014, the rates comprise:
· Mondays and Fridays - £67 per person · Tuesdays and Wednesdays - £85 per person · Thursdays - £92 per person
Rates are not inclusive of VAT (currently 20% added)  

All DDR quoted are based on bookings of a minimum of 75 delegates and are subject to availability and general booking terms and conditions of Trinity House and Payne and Gunter. Charges are fully inclusive of staffing and incorporate a dedicated event manager, equipment, service ware and furniture, and kitchen facilities required to service the event. 

With views incorporating the spectacular new Shard glass tower, there is not another City venue as uniquely well-located as Trinity House offering exclusive use of ordinarily private premises.   Trinity House showcases the nation’s maritime heritage and its elegant rooms - flooded with natural light from large south-facing sash windows – present a cornucopia of treasured artefacts and portraits of royal patrons and illustrious benefactors.   Despite its location in the financial heart of the capital, the House is an oasis of calm serenity with the ambience of a grand private residence.   

In 2014, Trinity House will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the granting of a Royal Charter by Henry VIII to the charitable guild of mariners to regulate the water traffic on the River Thames, their powers later extended by Elizabeth 1 to include the sea-marks around the English coastline.

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