Planning a party can be hard, especially when you want everyone to have a fantastic time. It’s about giving something back, showing your appreciation and finally a great excuse to have a party.
So why not celebrate your Christmas Party in Leeds this year, and at the same time make a weekend of it?
Weetwood will make sure you have a blast with your friends & colleagues with party packages starting from just £25.00pp. Furthermore you can make your Christmas break even more memorable by visiting some of Leeds local attractions as part of your party break.
You can start off with some Christmas shopping at the Victoria Quarter in Leeds and take advantage of some of the world’s fashion and lifestyle brands like Reiss, Liz Earl, and Karen Millen. You can also walk around its elegant grade 11th listed buildings and enjoy lunch at the Fourth Floor Cafe & Bar at Harvey Nichols, in one of the country’s finest shopping destinations.
To complete you’re Christmas experience drop in at the Leeds Christkindelmarkt and enjoy mulled wine and a delicious German sausage.
The Leeds German Market is one of the most established German Markets in the UK. Its running right now until mid December and will guarantee you an evening of festive fun, from 40 quirky little chalet stalls of handcrafted toys to delicious food & beverages, its colourful twinkling lights will make the atmosphere magical and will be sure to leave you with an unforgettable festive experience.
To end your day drop your bags at Weetwood Hall, get ready and party the night away.
To continue our work in the community, we recently had four students from Abbey Grange School visit us for work experience.
Cameron Scougall, Claire Bundy, Harkirran Matharu and Grace Yusef joined us in the Summer. The students worked across conference operations, housekeeping, hospitality, reception, conference & events and sales & marketing.
We were delighted with their enthusiasm and hard work and just wanted to say a big thank you to the students involved.
In recent years the focus on environmental sustainability has increased with new figures released by the government and targets set in place regarding carbon emissions. Therefore the need for businesses to focus more on being environmentally friendly has never been so strong.
Weetwood Hall Conference Centre and Hotel makes every endeavour to promote a continued positive culture of environmental and sustainable awareness within the organisation. Becoming a member of the Green Tourism Business Scheme in March 2011, Weetwood received a silver award accreditation for its efforts in environmental sustainability.
Benefits of being a member of the Green Tourism Business Scheme not only include benefits for the business such as: reducing congestion and pollution, improving the public issues of our establishment, reduced wastage and to improve the quality of the service that we provide. But as a result of this, Weetwood Hall Ltd has benefited the local community externally and is supporting the local economy in various different ways such as sourcing the majority of its produce locally.
With this in mind Weetwood Hall’s Staff Consultative Committee (SCC) have compiled a ‘Green Team’ with the objective of promoting environmental and sustainable awareness and monitoring the work practices undertaken so as to enable a positive impact towards such issues.
Rachel Rostron, member of the Weetwood Hall’s Green Team says “We are happy with the progress that the Green Team have made in creating environmental awareness within the organisation. Our aim is to continue this success throughout.”
Weetwood Hall Ltd saw a 14.4% decrease in water usage since last year. Carbon emissions fell by 6% from last year and 642 M Sq. (38.25%) of general waste was recycled (Weetwood Hall Environmental & Sustainability Review, Summer 2012)
Written by Rob May