The Goldsmiths' Centre re-opens its doors as a safe meeting venue
The Goldsmiths’ Centre, a 3-minute walk from Farringdon station, has announced that it will be amongst the first venues in London to reopen its doors for safe meetings this month.
In this brave new world event planners have become masters of virtual meetings, yet there will still be times when organisations need to get together in the same room. From physical distancing, cleaning procedures, health and safety protocols all in line with government guidelines, the Goldsmiths’ Centre has put best practices in place to ensure that event planners and their guests can confidently use its design led spaces whilst keeping safe.
The team will take their clients on a journey of the venue prior to booking – from experiencing its spaces virtually to offering reassurance that the venue meets the highest safety standards.
They will assist planners to better understand potential risks, ask questions and organise enjoyable meetings for up to 30 guests at an award-winning central London venue. Individually packed breakfast and lunch boxes will be provided by our award-winning caterers from Gather & Gather
“We’re now all masters of meeting online, but there are times that we still need to be able to meet up in person. Our team has been working hard during lockdown to ensure the Goldsmiths’ Centre is a venue where event organisers and their guests can confidently come together in the same room and stay safe. Part of our venue has been open to our creative onsite community of jewellers and silversmiths since mid-May. This has been a huge help to us when developing plans to ensure every guests safety. We have every confidence that in all areas of our building risk has been minimised and every visitor journey throughout our venue will be seamless.”
– Sam Green, Commercial Events Manager
To plan an event at the Goldsmiths’ Centre and to download our brochure, which has been developed to take event organisers and their guests step by step through our new safe venue safety precautions, click below: