Church House opens roof top for Royal Wedding

Church House Conference Centre (CHCC) in
Westminster, London, is opening a 21st venue space exclusively for the Royal
Wedding and coinciding with the celebration of its own 21st birthday.

CHCC is providing access to its roof top as
an additional space to a number of international television channels for the
live broadcasts around the Royal Wedding. The roof provides unparalleled
views of Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of

CHCC General Manager Robin Parker said:
“During the last 21 years Church House has changed and adapted to suit the
needs of clients and an ever changing market. This includes being
flexible and developing new and unusual ideas when necessary. While we
officially have 19 event spaces available here at the venue, our public spaces,
halls and corridors are often considered a 20th by many organisers looking to
creatively bridge gaps between meeting rooms.”

Permission to use Church House’s roof top
has been granted specifically for the Royal Wedding, and will not be
permanently on offer to organisers. However its use can be arranged for a
limited number of special events.

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Paul Colston


Paul Colston

Managing Editor, Conference News & Conference & Meetings World.

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