Our venue offers a perfect peaceful location at which to host your Christening celebration. With floor to ceiling windows the main restaurant area can be transformed into a light airy space for family and friends to help you celebrate this lovely event.
Minimum guest numbers for weekend private hire is 40 and you will have exclusive use of the venue. Venue hire is £300 we provide the linen cloths and a fully staffed bar. We also work with a number of fabulous local suppliers who can help you with room dressing, balloons or flowers.
Afternoon tea is our most popular catering option giving your event a sense of elegance and is handmade by our Head Chef, John Thornton. Prices start from £17 per head. Hot and cold buffets are also available and start from £11 per head.
Following the most extraordinary 18 months we are still working through the weddings and events that had to be postponed so availability over the next 12 months is low. If you would like to enquire about a date please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in having a Naming Ceremony at Forever Green we can help you to arrange a memorable event that you will remember for years to come.
You can plan the ceremony as you wish and either lead it yourself or engage the services of a celebrant to help you prepare and lead it on the day. The ceremony itself will usually last about 20 minutes during which you, as parents, state your love and commitment to your child and declare hopes for their future. You can choose to read poetry or a favourite piece of prose, with music playing in the background.
Family and friends can also be involved by pledging support for your child as he or she grows up.
Naming ceremonies are not legally binding and do not have any legal status, although you may be presented with a record of the ceremony as a token of the day if you do use a celebrant.
We have a number of catering options available ranging from buffet or afternoon tea to a more formal dining experience. For more information contact Julie.email@example.com
For more information about naming ceremonies go to www.humanism.org.uk.