The Courthouse Knutsford hosts summer networking event and open evening | Knutsford Times

The Courthouse Knutsford hosts summer networking event and open evening

By on June 28, 2019

The Courthouse, Cheshire, is hosting an exclusive summer networking event and corporate open evening, showcasing its stunning event spaces from 5pm-11pm, on Thursday the 11th July.

Businesses are being invited to attend for drinks, canapes and networking. There will also be cooking demonstrations taking place, venue tours and exclusive giveaways.

The Courthouse makes the perfect venue for conferences, meetings, weddings, private dining and events, with its history dating back to 1818. The venue holds two grand event spaces in the form of The Courtroom and The Moneypenny Suite. The Courtroom, the former Court no.1, offers a sense of grandeur with its ornate ceiling, it’s been converted to host up to 220 guests. The large space provides the perfect setting for a corporate conference or event with the ability to use the room in various setups.

Named after the architect of The Courthouse, George Moneypenny, The Moneypenny Suite can host up to 70 guests for smaller functions, meetings and events as well as private dining. The suite also provides the perfect space for drinks receptions and more and comes complete with a vintage portable bar.

The Courtroom and The Moneypenny Suite can also be joined together to host up to 300 guests. Both spaces will be dressed especially for the occasion to showcase their full potential.

Lauren Lee, Sales Manager at Flat Cap Hotels said:  “The Courthouse is a beautiful, historical venue with event spaces suitable for all occasions. We wanted to take the opportunity to showcase the spaces to their full potential – giving guests the opportunity to see how versatile they really are. Our Executive Chef, Steve Tuke, will has some great canape options, and the bar team will be serving up samples of our new cocktail menu. We’re welcoming all businesses and individuals to come and see the space for themselves and see what The Courthouse has to offer, so please do come along if you are free on the 11th July! We look forward to seeing you there!”

Businesses who would be interested in attending should RSVP to

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