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AIM Gold for Church House Conference Centre
Church House Conference Centre has achieved the highest level of venue accreditation – AIM Gold.

Achieving the accreditation cements the Westminster venue’s position amongst the best in the country as it joins a select group to be recognised for the delivery of top quality events.

Church House Conference Centre’s General Manager Robin Parker says: “Achieving AIM Gold is an outstanding achievement, one the entire team can be proud of. It is the benchmark in the industry against which venue standards are judged. We have built a reputation as one of London’s most versatile venues delivering a consistently high quality of customer service in all areas of our business.

“This achievement is thanks to the dedication of the team, from the moment an event is booked to the time the client leaves, everybody puts in the maximum effort to ensure every event is a success. Awards such as this and the BDRC Gold Standard are really important to us and motivate the team to continue our good work and to achieve the standards we have become renowned for.”

Jane Longhurst, Chief Executive of mia, said: “We only award Gold to venues offering first class conference, meetings and events facilities matched by the highest levels of customer service and exceptional catering; it’s a great achievement and the team at Church House Conference Centre have done a truly great job of ensuring that the venue is operating at the very highest levels.”

Church House Conference Centre is hosting the mia AGM and miaList 2014 celebratory lunch on Monday April 7, 2014.

Church House Conference Centre has 19 rooms which can accommodate between 2 and 664 guests for a wide variety of events including meetings, conferences, awards ceremonies, gala dinners and receptions.