Corporate social responsibility • Seasoned Events

Corporate social responsibility

Corporate social responsibility is a big thing these days, with increased demand from companies to not only be a responsible employer, but also recognise and manage the impact on the wider environment and community. Seasoned is a sustainable catering company and our services reflect this in all the produce we use. We are constantly thinking about what else we can do to ensure we are the greenest company we can be, and there are a few venues in our portfolio that help us along the way.

Seventy Eight Bishopsgate – This 1,000-year-old church has been carefully restored and is now the home of an independent charity, St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace. The charity hosts over 100 public events every year and is now available to hire under the banner of Seventy Eight Bishopsgate through the charity’s partnership with ourselves.

With great transport links from Liverpool Street and Bank stations, this unique venue is available to hire for meetings, seminars, presentations, intimate dinners, cocktail parties, wedding receptions, Christmas parties and much more.

The LookOut – Hidden amongst a copse of trees in Hyde Park, The LookOut is a tranquil haven for all occasions. The LookOut offers a versatile events space set within an acre of beautiful gardens and is available on an exclusive hire basis for 80 to 300 guests.

Designed to fit perfectly with nature, The LookOut’s sustainable features and landscaped grounds provide guests with a unique event experience. It’s an ideal venue for a summer party, press launch, conference, wedding reception or private dining.

The LookOut provides an inspirational setting to ensure your event is one to be remembered. All proceeds from hiring The LookOut go towards our charitable objectives in the areas of heritage, education, wellbeing and nature.

Guildhall – This venue encourages people to use tap water instead of bottled water. Last month alone we used 647 jugs of tap water.

Two Temple Place – One of London’s architectural gems, Two Temple Place is an extraordinary late Victorian mansion built by William Waldorf Astor at Embankment.

The house is owned by registered charity, The Bulldog Trust, and supports the activities of the Trust through exhibitions and events hosted in the building. It also provides a unique setting for both corporate and private events, from weddings to conferences.

The Bulldog Trust’s programmes include the provision of unrestricted development grants to small and medium sized charities and social enterprises and pro bono professional expertise for charities in need of strategic support through its philanthropy network.