We publish the environmental impact of our business every year in an annual Environmental Report. In 2011 our carbon footprint was 100.17 tonnes CO2e. That’s 27% less than when we started reporting in 2008. More Sustainability...
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Do you have an event that needs to stand out? Our castle is a unique venue for training, meeting, media and other events.
We’ve worked with a number of large and small production companies in the past including Tiger Aspect Productions, the BBC, ITV and The Times. Uses of our venue range from film/photo shoots to exciting product launches like Smirnoff Vodka’s rocketman world record event. Our experienced team will work with you to ensure that your event runs smoothly and safely.
Meeting room hire
Need a space to do some black sky thinking (that’s beyond blue) or just a mental kickabout with the team? The Castle is an inspiring venue that will get everyone speeding along the synapse highway. We have three meeting rooms (Training Rooms 1/2 and Training Room 3 pictured below) available for hire with wifi, screens, whiteboard, flipchart, etc. Get more from your meeting by combining it with a climbing session and watch your colleagues attain new heights. The Castle Café and Kitchen can provide catering for the day.
Abseil down our tower in a tutu. Climb the height of Mt Everest indoors. If you’ve got an idea to raise money for charity, we can help. If you can’t come to us, we can come to you. We’ve run abseil events off a number of buildings in central London. Our team will work with you from start to finish to ensure the safety and quality of the event. Past clients include Macmillan Cancer, KPMG, Warner Bros and HopeHIV.
From a quick snack to a full lunch, The Castle Cafe can provide catering for your events. All food is prepared fresh on site with local, organic produce at reasonable prices. Download our corporate catering menu here.
Explore the floors
Private groups & parties
Virtual Tours of The Castle
See the Castle Garden in all its full glory with this wonderful film by Paul Cox.
Filmed at the May Day fete 2014, with interviews from Ida Fabrizio (Garden Manager) and Min Willis (Garden Events)