Awards

Still time to enter the 2015 Hudson's Heritage Awards

There is still time to enter the prestigious 2015 Hudson’s Heritage Awards which celebrate the best heritage experiences. Historic houses, heritage gardens, museums, galleries in historic buildings, archaeological or industrial sites and other places associated with the past in the UK open to the public are invited to put forward an entry before 31 August.  Any heritage site can nominate itself in any of the 10 categories.

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Another Gold for The Beardmore from VenueVerdict

The Beardmore Hotel and Conference Centre has once again achieved the prestigious VenueVerdict Gold Accreditation.
The VenueVerdict Accreditation is based on customer feedback from 360 venues across the UK, and over 22,000 events. The accreditation is based on the twelve months ending in quarter two of this year.


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Cannizaro House FSB Awards winner

Cannizaro House has announced they are yet again the winner of the FSB London Business awards for a second year running.  Beating off competition from 950 other small businesses in the UK, and chosen by a panel of 12 judges, Cannizaro House is honoured to accept this prestigious award for the second year in succession

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Academic venues make the grade with AIM Silver accreditation

The Foresight Centre, the University of Liverpool’s premier business conference venue, has become the latest academic institute to achieve Accredited in Meetings (AIM) Silver, the only recognised national quality assurance scheme for the UK conference and events industry.
Having previously achieved AIM Entry-level accreditation, the Foresight Centre applied for Aim Higher, the next level of the accreditation process, which demonstrates the venue’s continued dedication and commitment to improving standards.


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CH&Co announces the winner of its 'Under 500 Calories' competition

Commis Chef Roxy McDonagh
Charlton House Commis Chef Roxy McDonagh has been voted winner of the CH&Co ‘Under 500 Calories’ competition with her creation of Asian Salmon served with courgette ribbons.
Seventeen top Chefs from across the CH&Co business took part in the final of the ‘Under 500 Calories’ competition, held at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, in a bid to discover the tastiest work-place meal containing 500 calories or less per portion.


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