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Royal College of Physicians invests £50,000 in Platt Room refurbishment

Royal College of Physician Platt Room
The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) re-opens its Platt room this week following a £50,000 investment to refurbish the space. The new space with a capacity of between 80 – 140 guests will be used as a catering area for conferences and can also be used for drinks receptions, dining and  barbecue events, taking advantage of the room’s large sliding windows, which open out onto the RCP’s Medicinal Garden.

Fitted out in stylish grey to provide a canvas for client branding, the décor includes a range of original black and white images taken of the building in the 1960s, to help commemorate the 50th anniversary of the RCP’s award-winning, Grade 1 listed building designed by Sir Denys Lasdun.  

The newly refurbished room will be launched and showcased this Thursday at the ‘Taste of Fare’ event in partnership with contract and event caterer Fare of London.  Around 100 RCP clients and event planners are expected to attend to enjoy an evening of cooking demonstrations from the venue’s award-winning chefs, as well as a barbecue and party in the garden.  

RCP Sales and Marketing Manager Natacha Allen says: “We’re very excited to have such a great space ready for the summer party season. We like to keep our facilities up to date, so it’s great to be able to offer a fresh new look for the Platt room which will be very popular with our conference delegates and for reception and dining events. The room boasts great natural day light with huge windows overlooking our Medicinal Garden, it’s a very popular space for evening receptions and as an extension to our garden for outdoor and barbecue events.”

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