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  • Suzanne James
    Dulwich Picture Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College The Foundling Museum Capacities Up to 250 Bar Can be hired Garden No Stage No Dinner 40 100 Reception 250 Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes The Foundling Museum offers a stunning and very flexible space suitable for a variety of events from intimate and lavish weddings to corporate dinners and day conferences With capacity for 40 to 100 guests for dinner or up to 250 for a drinks reception Receptions Guests have exclusive use of the whole Museum and can explore the opulent galleries whilst enjoying drinks and canapés Capacity Up to 250 guests throughout the Museum Reception hire from 18 30 Dinners The Court Room one of London s finest original Rococo interiors provides an ideal setting for intimate dinners Alternatively guests can dine in the Picture Gallery beside Hogarth s magnificent portrait of the Hospital s founder Thomas Coram Capacity Picture Gallery up to 100 guests Court Room up to 40 guests Evening hire from 18 30 Breakfast and Lunch

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/The-Foundling-Museum.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • hornimanpavilionandbandstand
    National Maritime Museum Neptune Court Ofer Wing Queen s House The Royal Observatory Cutty Sark Foundling Museum Westwoodhill House London Cru Clapham One Library Madame Tussauds Kingsway Hall Alexandra Nurseries The London Dungeon Royal Hospital Chelsea Garden Museum Lady Daphne Cartoon Museum Household Cavalry Museum October Gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Horniman Bandstand Pavilion Capacity 60 Bar Can be hired Garden Yes Stage Can be hired Dinner N A Reception 60 Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes Hidden in the rural backdrop of Forest Hill South East London you will find the Horniman Pavilion Bandstand Both these beautiful and unique venues are located within the award winning Horniman Museum Gardens with outstanding views across London are licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies The newly renovated Bandstand is perfect for small intimate ceremonies from as few as 4 guests up to a maximum of 60 It can also be used for photographs or a drinks reception following your vows in the Pavilion or Conservatory Restored to its original

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/horniman-bandstand.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • hornimanpavilionandbandstand
    Royal Observatory Cutty Sark Foundling Museum Westwoodhill House London Cru Clapham One Library Madame Tussauds Kingsway Hall Alexandra Nurseries The London Dungeon Royal Hospital Chelsea Garden Museum Lady Daphne Cartoon Museum Household Cavalry Museum October Gallery Dulwich Picture Gallery Bankside Gallery Somerset House The Courtauld Gallery Trinity House Greenwich Yacht Club 6 Fitzroy Square Toynbee Hall Fan Museum Trinity Laban Benjamin Franklin House Dr Johnson s House London Transport Museum St Dunstan s College Horniman Pavilion Pavilion Capacity 60 80 Bar Can be hired Garden Yes Stage Can be hired Dinner 60 Reception 80 Licensed for civil ceremonies Yes Set deep within the grounds of the Horniman Museum Gardens in Forest Hill South East London the Horniman Pavilion is an idyllic yet modern venue for a wedding or civil partnership ceremony for up to 60 guests It is also the perfect venue for a private party Built in 2011 as the final part of the 2 3m garden renovation project it is a bright and airy space with floor to ceiling windows which fold back across the front of the building to give full access to a large open deck overlooking the London skyline and much of the Horniman s

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/venues/horniman-pavilion.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • community
    us a line So far we have collaborated with an array of local businesses including a wine company offering tastings on the night a cake company offering booty bags of delicious cupcakes to take home and a fantastic Jazz trio Not only is great exposure for your business but we also offer two seats at that evening s Supper Club in return Supper Club is run as a not for profit event that allows us to raise funds for the Suzanne James Food Foundation a project we are developing in local schools To cover costs we ask for a suggested donation of 30 per person Dates are usually released 2 to 3 weeks before each event and fill up very quickly Supper Club members are given 24 hour advance notice of each date before it goes on general release To sign up for your free of charge membership email us Food Foundation Grow Prepare Cook and Share The Suzanne James Food Foundation is a not for profit arm of the business set up to allow us to give something back to our local community We are currently working with Goodrich Community Primary School St Mary Magdalene CofE Primary School helping to educate the younger generation so that they appreciate the value of eating healthly and experience the joy of growing their own produce Our current project is called Grow Prepare Cook and Share and as the name implies we teach the children how to grow their own vegetables how to prepare them properly and the best ways to cook them using different recipes so they are delicious to share and eat We always use seasonal produce so they get to see a wide range of fruit and vegetables growing and grasp a firm understanding of what is in season at what time of year Like all children our pupils love getting their hands dirty and being able to plant their own seeds means they are not only learning about different produce and how they grow in different ways but also having lots of fun at the same time Showing the children new and different recipes they haven t heard of before is fantastic as in suprising them when they unexpectedly discover they like a vegetable they had previously dismissed peer pressure can be a wonderful thing at times Reassurance is sometimes necessary as they add their carefully nurtured produce into a mix of ingredients but their concerns are soon followed by relief when they smell and taste the finished product It is a thoroughly rewarding project that engages the children on many different levels and we hope brings an enthusiasm for food and cooking into their lives from a very early age How do we fund the Food Foundation Each month we turn our professional kitchen into a pop up restaurant and host a supper club A minimum of 1 from each guests donation goes directly to the Foundation ensuring it s ongoing success H O P E Helping Others

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/community1.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Recycling
    techniques we can now say with a big smile on our faces that we have accomplished Zero Waste to Landfill We have achieved this through our comprehensive approach to waste management A whopping 80 of our waste is recycled directly and the remainder is taken via a single weekly bin collection to the SELCHP Energy Recovery Facility in Deptford where it is used to help generate electricity We are incredibly proud of this achievement but believe that it is only the beginning We continue to strive ever further with a burning desire to continue to improve our environmental credentials We see recycling and our zero waste to landfill status as an ongoing project forever evolving We believe that with continuous research we will be able to achieve ever more at both a local and national level For recycling to be successful and effective it depends on us all as consumers We need to get into the habit of ensuring we buy recycled goods wherever possible to close the recycling loop Companies reusing materials to make new goods cannot survive if we don t support them and encourage eco friendly purchasing We fully support the use of goods made from recycled

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/Recycling.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Sourcing
    possible Seasonal Eating seasonally makes it easier to source local produce Our butcher only supplies us with British meat sourced as close to home as possible often from Kent or East Sussex We also use free range British eggs and locally sourced fruit and vegetables whenever we can This approach means less energy is needed to grow and transport the food we cook with plus it is more economical than sourcing food that is scarcer or has to travel great distances Most important of all it means we are providing our clients with the freshest of ingredients when they are at their very best and quite literally bursting with flavour We want to share our expertise in order to help everyone to eat seasonally So each month we write a food column complete with receipe for a local magazine We list the same recipes on our website here Organic We have carefully selected many of our fabulous wines based on their organic status We give preference to suppliers who use agricultural methods that reflect our own ethical and sustainable goals One of our wines comes from Meopham Valley whose vineyard is just 24 miles from our professional kitchen a truly local British wine Sustainable Location Location Location As an ethical business we like to keep it local so we use homegrown suppliers who are on our doorstep and who we know love their produce just as much as we love cooking with it We want to keep our carbon footprint to a minimum which means that a suppliers location is just as important to us as the product and service they are supplying Our butcher fishmonger bread maker and evenour florist and IT support are all based within a 3 to 4 mile radius An unexpected benefit to this approach

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/Sourcing.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Best of British
    roast dinners Our mission is to cook Season Organic Sustainable Great British Food SOS Great Britain for short We ask our suppliers to provide ingredients that has been planted harvested and reared within this great commonwealth By choosing to pursue a policy of using seasonal produce from farms and land in neighboring towns we are decreasing the size of our carbon footprint and supporting UK farmers and producers and in essence our own economy Our consistent support helps to secure the future of many other UK independent suppliers and ensures prices remain more stable Without the demand prices inevitably increase goods become unaffordable and ultimately unavailable We consider ourselves to be ambassadors for all that is Great about British food and the food industry Whilst our bespoke approach allows us to be entirely flexible our preference is to offer our guests seasonal menus For example rather than offering a red berry dessert in January we would recommend a pear or apple based dish Thanks to our wonderful suppliers we are always fully informed of the impact each growing season has had We are aware of which ingredients may be scarce and which are plentiful and we are able to use

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/bestofbritish.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • Food Waste
    discovering just how wasteful our country is and the effects that it has on the planet we decided to get waste wise In 2009 we signed up to a new food waste recycling scheme which means that we can send 100 of our food waste to be recycled into fertilizer for crop production By composting all our food waste we are reducing the amount of toxins and greenhouse gases released

    Original URL path: http://www.suzannejames.co.uk/FoodWaste.asp (2016-02-15)
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