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January 3, 2007

Unusual venues now easier to find

Unique Venues of London (UVL) will launch its new look website this month showcasing its collection of unusual venues in the capital. And with more and more companies looking to hold their events in unusual and inspiring venues, this should prove a useful tool.
The new website (www.uniquevenuesoflondon.co.uk) has been designed to make it easier for buyers to navigate their way through the 63 venues on offer. The venues can be searched by capacity making it quicker and easier to find the venue that matches your needs. The choice available ranges from the small and intimate like Wellington Arch and the Leighton House Museum to grand venues like the Natural History Museum and The Royal Opera House.
Other features available on the website include an e-newsletter with all the latest news about UVL, details of London’s leading event suppliers, including caterers and production companies. There’s even a job section allowing UVL members to post vacancies that give potential applicants the chance to work in some of the capital’s most striking venues.
Commenting on the new website, Charlotte Reeves, chairman of UVL and director of corporate relations at Somerset House, comments: “We are really excited about the launch. It allows event planners to search our diverse database of the most exclusive and prestigious venues in London. We hope organisers will use the website to create exciting and unique events.”

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