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Few buildings can boast such a rich and powerful history as this fantastic complex of historical government headquarters. At the centre of it all is the Great Hall; constructed between 1411 and 1440 atop the site of another more modest hall, which is believed to have existed since the reign of Edward the Confessor (1043…

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The Natural History Museum is one of London’s most iconic venues and we are proud to be listed as an accredited caterer. Here are our top 10 reasons why you should book your next event at the Natural History Museum: 1. The Museum’s magnificent architecture and collections create the perfect backdrop for any event. 2….

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Cider is made from the fermented juice of apples and has been around for thousands of years. It is an extremely popular drink in the UK and has the highest consumption rate per person than any other country. Cider is also very popular in other Commonwealth and European countries such as India, New Zealand, Portugal…

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What are known today as English Heritage sites have historically been the responsibility of many state departments; all with varying roles and differing names and distinctions. Going as far back as the Norman Conquest with the ‘Kings Works’ before being brought forward through time to what we understand as the English Heritage today, the representation…

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The Yorkshire pudding; could there be anything more traditionally British? As an event caterer it’s not something we get to serve very often but we all love them at Seasoned. The power of this incredible pastry has seen it earn not just national admiration but international recognition too as our neighbours across the pond celebrate…

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Craft beer is giving us more tastes, styles and flavours than ever and is continuing to soar in popularity. So what is craft beer? Essentially it is beer that is made in a more traditional and non-mechanised way and is usually produced in much smaller quantities than beers by the larger corporations. By the definition,…

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