Oxford Town Hall are delighted to announce the appointment of Elegant Cuisine as their new sole caterer. Elegant Cuisine are one of Oxfordshire’s leading catering companies and have been working within Oxfordshire’s most prestigious venues for over 40 years. They are committed to locally and sustainably sourcing their ingredients and materials and, with their professional […]
Oxford Town Hall are delighted to welcome our new Events Coordinator who will be working with the Sales & Events Team. Marissa joined the team this Autumn, bringing a wealth of experience in event management to the Town Hall Team.
Go Meet networking breakfasts are coming to The Lambourn Business Centre this November. The first event is taking place on Tuesday 23rd November, 8am to 10am. Click here to book. Tickets are just £15 (including breakfast) or free to attend for Mantle tenants. These well-established events have been held at each of the Mantle locations […]
According to Bloomberg who surveyed 2,000 UK companies, most are going to allow employees more flexibility on where and when they do their jobs. The trend is emerging where the hybrid work model will see employees spilt their work between home and the office. Recognising that the business community has to adapt and embrace a totally different way to conduct meetings, Tewkesbury Park has created a brand-new hybrid conferencing package.
Expo 2020 Dubai’s must-see aviation attraction is gearing up to open its doors to the public on 1 October. Located in the Opportunity District, and within walking distance of the Al Wasl Dome, the Emirates Pavilion offers a preview for the future of commercial aviation, reframing the role that science and technology will play in the next 50 years of air travel, as it welcomes visitors to experience two floors of interactive multi-sensory installations.
Blenheim Palace is marking the official start of autumn on Wednesday by showcasing a collection of 18th century telescopes, scientific instruments and handwritten astronomical observations belonging to George Spencer, 4th Duke of Marlborough.