The Priory Rooms news http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/feed/rss site_dscpn Fri, 27 Feb 2015 17:40:00 +0000 Launch Day is A Hub of Activity! http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/launch-day-is-a-hub-of-activity http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/105 Fri, 27 Feb 2015 17:40:00 +0000 The Peace Hub is the exciting new project created by the Central England Quakers charity; one of four which The Priory Rooms Meeting and Conference Centre profits contribute towards. Last month they celebrated their opening with a special launch day. Local representatives from faith groups, the public sector and peace workers attended to support the new community project.

During the day Deputy Lord Mayor, Councillor Mike Leddy and Lord Lieutenant Paul Sabapthy met local school children taking part in educational activities at the Peace Hub. These were led by the Central England Quakers' project Peacemakers who are based on the first floor above the Hub. Peacemakers work with local schools to help build more peaceful communities by delivering training to adults and children in skills such as peer mediation and conflict resolution. At the launch day the children enjoyed fun interactive workshops designing posters and playing games to learn about fair-trade. Fair-trade was the Peace Hubs’ first community campaign; including rallying support for a petition for local supermarkets to stock more fair-trade goods.

Peace-Hub-Launch-2.jpgOn the evening the High Sheriff for West Midlands Tim Watts and his wife joined a crowd of enthusiastic guests who work on peace and justice initiatives. The group watched an inspiring presentation outlining how the Peace Hub plan to promote their peace building projects in Birmingham by working with the local community. Held in The Priory Rooms' Main Meeting House, the guest speaker was Matthew Burnett-Stuart who introduced the Hubs' next campaign; conscientious objection. In 2014 Matthew was awarded one of three UK Peace worker placements funded by Quaker Peace and Social Witness to support organisations working for peace at the local, national and international level.

Peace-Hub-Launch-1.jpgPeter Doubtfire, the Peace Hub Co-ordinator, was overjoyed by the diverse group of people who came to the launch and the opportunity it had created to build new relationships within the local area, "Now that we are "officially launched", I'm looking forward to the Hub progressing and working with the community. I hope all that attended are too!"  

The Peace Hub is located next door to The Priory Rooms in the heart of Birmingham city centre. Pop in for a coffee to find out how to get involved! http://www.peacehub.org.uk/

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Phone Co-op Calls Priory Rooms’ Service Excellent! http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/phone-co-op-calls-priory-rooms-service-excellent http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/104 Fri, 27 Feb 2015 08:45:00 +0000 On Saturday 21st February The Phone Co-op held their annual AGM at The Priory Rooms in Birmingham city centre. Over 100 people attended the conference in The Priory Rooms’ Main Meeting House, featuring presentations on The Co-op’s Pay As You Go SIM cards and member engagement.

phonecop2.jpgThe all-day event was an opportunity for The Phone Co-op’s Board, members and colleagues to network, reflect on the year’s success and look at the new services being launched. The Phone Co-op is an independent consumer co-operative based in Chipping Norton, with offices in London and Manchester. Of all the businesses offering phone, broadband and mobile services The Phone Co-op are the only co-operative; run by a group of people united by shared values, shared ownership and democratically made decisions. The Phone Co-op chose The Priory Rooms for their AGM because it is a not-for-profit organisation committed to sustainable and ethical business policies. Easy to get to by public transport, The Priory Rooms’ Main Meeting House is a unique conference space for 200 delegates. The state of the art AV and PA equipment compliment the impressive staged area to deliver presentations from.

The AGM’s guest speaker was Joe Meir from Fairphone promoting The Phone Co-op’s ethical mobile phone-the first to put social values first. Fairphone is an android phone made with conflict free minerals, built in a factory with a worker-controlled welfare fund and it has a sustainable design.

phonecop2.jpgThroughout the day Joe also manned a stand in the foyer where he demonstrated the phone and answered questions form interested parties.

At the end of a thoroughly successful event Amanda Beard, Secretary, Membership & Co-operative Affairs Manager at The Phone Co-op Ltd who organised the AGM, praised The Priory Rooms saying “Thank you to the whole team for the excellent service.” The Phone Co-op staff and members were extremely impressed by the venue’s facilities and sustainable catering and refreshments!

The Priory Rooms’ highly-experienced Bookings Team can answer any enquiries about holding an AGM at the venue. Call them on 0121 236 2317 or email enquiries@theprioryrooms.co.uk.

More information about The Phone Co-op can be found on their website

http://www.thephone.coop/home/

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Peace-makers, Faith Groups and Public Figures Attending the Launch of Birmingham’s Peace Hub! http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/peace-makers-faith-groups-and-public-figures-attending-the-launch-of-birminghams-peace-hub http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/103 Mon, 23 Feb 2015 08:45:00 +0000 On Thursday 26th February Central England Quakers are celebrating the opening of Birmingham’s Peace Hub with a special all-day launch event. RSVP now to join guests working for peace and justice: from faith groups to public figures, all attending the open day and evening presentation!

The Peace Hub is the exciting new project created by the Central England Quakers charity; one of four which The Priory Rooms Meeting & Conference Centre profits contribute towards. Located in the heart of Birmingham city centre next door to The Priory Rooms the Hub first opened its doors in autumn 2014. On Thursday 26th February Central England Quakers are delighted to invite the public to the official launch event; celebrating the support received for the Hub’s work so far and to introduce their upcoming project.

cropped-Peace-Hub-sign-004.jpgThe Peace Hub is a centre for everyone who is in sympathy with the Quaker belief that a just and peaceful world is possible if we work together to make change in our own lives and to build local, national and international structures that support peace and justice. Everyone is welcome to pop into the Hub on Bull Street, Birmingham to escape the crush, get a cuppa and discover the exciting and varied ways they can help support this call for action.

The West Midlands Quaker Peace Education Project Peacemakers, who are also funded by Central England Quakers, are based on the first floor above the Hub. The group work in partnerships with local schools to help build more peaceful communities by delivering training to adults and children in skills such as peer mediation and conflict resolution.

Peacemakers are teaming up with the Hub on the launch event day to celebrate the success of the Hub’s recent campaign supporting Fair-trade. They have invited local school children to attend workshops about fair-trade at the Hub and design posters about the cause. Throughout the morning the Deputy Lord Mayor Mike Leddy will be meeting the school children and viewing their artwork. The public are warmly welcomed to join him. At 2pm come watch Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant for the West Midlands Paul Sabapthy reveal the poster competition winner.

From 6.30pm you are invited to a thought-provoking and inspiring presentation about The Peace Hub being held at The Priory Rooms. Following a buffet and refreshments, join those working for peace and justice in the community: from NGOs like Responding to Conflict, local public figures including High Sheriff of West Midlands Tim Watts and representatives from faith communities, such as Paul Parker Recording Clerk of Britain Yearly Quaker Meeting. You are welcome to join the conversation on how Peace Hub plans to promote peace and justice in Birmingham and work with the local community.

The guest speaker of the evening is Matthew Burnett-Stuart who will be introducing the Hubs’ next campaign theme; conscientious objection. In 2014 Matthew was awarded one of three UK Peaceworker placements funded by Quaker Peace and Social Witness to support organisations working for peace at local, national and international level. 

The Hub’s next theme of conscientious objection is supporting the Central England Quakers “Faith and Action” exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery; using original photographs, film, interviews and artefacts to tell the compelling stories of Quakers men and women during the First World War.

Join the evening celebration on Thursday 26th February by RSVPing to office@peacehub.org.uk or 0121 238 2869. The Peace Hub is located on 41 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF http://www.peacehub.org.uk/

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Make a Note of how Good The Priory Rooms Sound! http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/make-a-note-of-how-good-the-priory-rooms-sound http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/102 Thu, 19 Feb 2015 11:00:00 +0000 The Priory Rooms Meeting and Conference Centre, in the heart of Birmingham, have just purchased a beautiful new Yamaha U3 acoustic upright piano. The impressive instrument can be used for rehearsals or performances in the 1930’s oak-panelled Main Meeting House, which seats 200 people theatre style.

TPR-Piano.JPGThe new piano is free to use for any groups hiring the Main Meeting House for music rehearsals or performances. The unique style of the Main Meeting House and the venues city centre location makes it the perfect space for a show-stopping location!

The Priory Rooms’ regular customers the City of Birmingham Choir are thrilled with the new piano for their weekly rehearsals on a Tuesday evening.

For smaller groups the brand new Roland FP50 digital piano with full length 88 note keyboard, pedal and stand, is portable and practical for rehearsal in one of the Priory Rooms’ nine conference rooms. The venue is even open three weeknights and Saturdays to accommodate groups!

Oni.jpgEven more music to your ears will be that The Priory Rooms donated their old piano to Coventry Quaker Meeting House. Coventry Meeting then donated their previous piano to local charity Carriers of Hope who support destitute families in the region. The piano was generously given to schoolboy Oni Misomali so he could practice playing and singing at home. Oni was delighted and sent his thanks to Carriers of Hope “Thank you! I am practicing every day and hopefully one day I shall represent Carriers of Hope at a singing event”.

The Priory Rooms are thrilled that both theirs and Coventry Meeting House’s old pianos are being well-appreciated in new homes!

Find out more about Carriers of Hope on their website http://www.carriersofhope.org.uk/ To enquire about hiring a rehearsal room at The Priory Rooms contact the Bookings Team on 0121 236 2317 or email enquiries@theprioryrooms.co.uk.

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FAIRTRADE FORTNIGHT 23rd February- 8th March http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/fairtrade-fortnight-23rd-february-8th-march http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/101 Fri, 13 Feb 2015 11:30:00 +0000 This February The Priory Rooms are promoting Fairtrade Fortnight 2015 to our customers, staff, suppliers and the local community, to support and bring about positive change for millions of farmers and workers in developing counties.

Fairtrade.pngFairtrade Fortnight aims to encourage more shoppers and businesses to choose products that changes lives; reminding everyone of the dramatic difference Fairtrade makes and why it is still needed. 70% of the world’s food is produced by 500 million smallholder farmers yet many of them remain trapped in chronic poverty. Fairtrade ensures farmers across the developing world receive a fairer price for their work, as well as an additional Fairtrade Premium, used by farmers and workers to invest in their communities. The community then decides what the Premium is spent on, whether that’s building a new schools or hospital, or investing in better environmental business practices.

All year round The Priory Rooms provide delegates with Fairtrade refreshments for their meetings and conferences through our supplier Kingdom Coffee. We offer original and flavoured Clipper tea-bags, freshly prepared filtered coffee, sugar sachets and hot chocolate, all to be enjoyed with delicious ethically-sourced Walkers biscuits.

Our neighbours The Peace Hub are running a special campaign all throughout February to highlight the importance of buying Fairtrade. Pop in any weekday between 11:00 and 14:00 to have a friendly chat, relax with a complimentary cuppa and find out how you can take part in a simple action to help make the world a better place! The Peace Hub have partnered with the Carrs Lane Fairtrade Shop to stock lots of Fairtrade goods in the Hub to browse & buy.

They are also supporting the Fairtrade Foundations campaign for supermarkets to stock 100% Fairtrade bananas; Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and The Cooperative all do, but Tesco and Asda are lagging behind. Pop in to the Hub to sign their letter to local branches of Tesco and Asda, asking them to switch all their bananas to Fairtrade!

The Peace Hub is the latest project of Central England Quakers, supported by The Priory Room’s profits. Quakers believe that a just and peaceful world is possible if we work together to build local, national and international structures that support peace and justice. The Peace Hub is a centre for everyone who is in sympathy with this call to action: Quakers, the wider peace movement and the general public alike.

You can find out more about Fairtrade Fortnight and how to get involved in your local area at www.fairtrade.org.uk/fortnight

Or through The Peace Hub located on 41 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF www.peacehub.org.uk

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Meet the New Peacemakers Team Member Phil Bence http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/meet-the-new-peacemakers-team-member-phil-bence http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/100 Wed, 04 Feb 2015 09:30:00 +0000 This January, The Priory Rooms’ Business Development Manager Beth Sadler met with Peacemakers’ new team member Phil Bence to find out about his role and the team’s 2015 plans.

Phil-Bence.jpg Peacemakers is one of four projects created by the Central England Quakers charity which The Priory Rooms’ profits help support. The team work in partnerships with local schools to help build more peaceful school communities by delivering training to adults and children in skills such as peer mediation and conflict resolution.

They recently re-located office to the heart of Birmingham city centre on Bull Street, next door to The Priory Rooms. With Phil also joining the team, it was an ideal time for Beth to find out more about how The Priory Rooms’ customers are supporting the brilliant work of Peacemakers!

Beth; Hi Phil, congratulations on your new role at Peacemakers! So what were you doing before you joined the Peacemakers team?

Phil; I began working in the field of Restorative Approaches in 1999, volunteering with the Youth Offending Team in Stockport. This led to working on community repair projects and working with victims of crime. I then worked for 6 years on a pilot project in secondary schools in Bolton through the Local Authority with Bolton Mediation with the aims to reduce exclusions and conflict.

This began the journey and skills development into the field of Restorative Approaches in Educational Settings. A relationship with Belinda Hopkins and Transforming Conflict began as I moved from practitioner to trainer within the field of Restorative Approaches. As a trainer I have had the opportunity to work with professionals in a variety of settings from schools, youth offending teams, family workers and within the looked after sector exploring how to develop the working ethos of the restorative approach.

Having also spent a couple of years as a Family Group Conference Coordinator in South Warwickshire and working with families with extreme social engagement difficulties in Staffordshire, my journey brought me to The West Midlands Quaker Peace Education Project (known as Peacemakers in schools) in January 2015. This was not my first engagement with The Peacemakers team as we met some 3 years previous whilst I was facilitating workshops at a national conference with Transforming Conflict.

Beth; What made you apply to join Peacemakers? What interested you about their projects?

Phil; Having been out of the school setting for a couple of years working with families, I was enthused and excited at the prospect to apply for a post to support The Peacemakers Whole School Approach as my passion for building healthy relationships and communities is within schools. The core values of The Peacemakers and Quakers fits with my professional and personal life, so this was an opportunity I was compelled to apply for and with good grace and fortune I feel privileged to now be a part of the team.

Beth; Tell us about your role at Peacemakers? What projects will you be leading?

Phil; Having been newly appointed as a Peace Education Trainer with The Whole School Approach project, the role is to support and develop an ethos, skills and processes within schools to promote peace, inclusion, community and strong healthy relationships. To support and train young people and schools staff with the skills to build, maintain and repair relationships through times of peace and times of conflict.

Beth; What are your future aims with Peacemakers? And what plans do Peacemakers have for the next few years?

Phil; In the immediate future we are looking to bring on-board another 3 schools in the West Midlands and to work intensively with them over a 2 year period developing systems, skills and culture. We are excited about the prospect of moving into secondary schools as to date our relationship had been with primary education. I say excited as this is an opportunity to further develop and support the skills and core personal values young people have gained during their time in primary education and take them on their journey in to secondary education and life itself.

Beth and everyone at The Priory Rooms wish Phil every success in his new role with Peacemakers! We will keep you updated with their projects throughout the year.

Information about Peacemakers and the other charities The Priory Rooms support is available on the website http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/page/about-us/our-profits.

You can contact Phil Bence directly at the Peacemakers office on 0121 2364796.

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Discover Peace in Birmingham; The Peace Hub’s Official Launch http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/discover-peace-in-birmingham-the-peace-hubs-official-launch http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/99 Thu, 29 Jan 2015 18:03:00 +0000 This February The Priory Rooms Meeting and Conference Centre and Central England Quakers are celebrating the opening of The Peace Hub with a special all-day launch event; the latest project supported by The Priory Rooms a not-for-profit Birmingham conference venue.

cropped-Peace-Hub-sign-004.jpgThe Peace Hub is the exciting new project created by the Central England Quakers charity; one of four which The Priory Rooms Meeting & Conference Centre profits contribute towards. Located in the heart of Birmingham city centre next door to The Priory Rooms the Hub first opened its doors in autumn 2014. On Thursday 26th February the Peace Hub’s Co-ordinator, the volunteer team and Central England Quakers are delighted to invite the public to the official launch event; celebrating the support received for the Hub’s work so far and to introduce their upcoming project.

The Peace Hub is a centre for everyone who is in sympathy with the Quaker belief that a just and peaceful world is possible if we work together to make change in our own lives and to build local, national and international structures that support peace and justice. Everyone is welcome to pop into the Hub on Bull Street, Birmingham to escape the crush, get a cuppa and discover the exciting and varied ways they can help support this call for action.

The West Midlands Quaker Peace Education Project Peacemakers, who are also funded by Central England Quakers, are based on the first floor above the Hub. The group work in partnerships with local schools to help build more peaceful communities by delivering training to adults and children in skills such as peer mediation and conflict resolution. Peacemakers are teaming up with the Hub on the launch event day to celebrate the success of the Hub’s recent campaign supporting Fair-trade.

Peacemakers have invited local school children to attend workshops about fair-trade at the Hub throughout the day. They will design posters about the cause to be displayed in the Hub, with the public warmly welcomed to pop in and see the children’s’ artwork. You can also explore the fair-trade groceries available to buy there and sign a petition for local supermarkets to stock more fair-trade goods.

On the evening a special reception is being held at The Priory Rooms’ Main Meeting House. From 6.30pm you are invited to a thought-provoking and inspiring presentation about The Peace Hubs’ objectives and campaigns. Starting with a buffet and refreshments hosted by The Priory Rooms you can meet likeminded people to share news and contacts. Then discover the Peace Hubs’ motivating call to promote peace and justice in Birmingham and how they hope to work together with the community.

The guest speaker of the evening is Matthew Burnett-Stuart who will be introducing the Hubs’ next campaign theme; conscientious objection. In 2014 Matthew was awarded one of three UK Peaceworker placements funded by Quaker Peace and Social Witness to support organisations working for peace at local, national and international level. He is placed with Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), where he has worked on the Arming All Sides project.

Arming All Sides is a website which explores how the arms companies operated during and after World War I and the ethical questions this raises. As a history graduate, Matthew had a conventional knowledge of WWI, but work on Arming All Sides has allowed him to uncover an extraordinary hidden history. Matthew’s role at CAAT is to bring this history to wider public attention, including developing educational material for schools.

peacehub_logo_72rgb.jpgThe Hub’s next theme of conscientious objection is supporting the Central England Quakers “Faith and Action” exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery; using original photographs, film, interviews and artefacts to tell the compelling stories of Quakers men and women during the First World War.

Join the evening celebration of this new peace-making project in Birmingham on Thursday 26th February by RSVPing to this special evening reception to office@peacehub.org.uk or 0121 238 2869. The Peace Hub is located on 41 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF http://www.peacehub.org.uk/

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New Coffee Hot-Spot at The Priory Rooms! http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/new-coffee-hot-spot-at-the-priory-rooms http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/98 Fri, 23 Jan 2015 16:27:00 +0000 New-Coffee-Hot-2.JPGWe have created a new coffee hot-spot in our lower lobby area with brand new furniture and coffee machine; the latest project of our recent £50,000 refurbishment to the venue!

The new furniture consists of three square, tall tables with white tops and chrome finish with six comfortable and lightweight bar stools to match. The bright and modern furniture brings the lower lobby to life, with a relaxed and inviting feel. It is also extremely practical and versatile as the design layout can be changed to meet different requirements.

New-Coffee-Hot-1.JPGThe lower lobby is now the ideal space for meeting and conference room delegates to hold informal meetings, enjoy our delicious lunch buffets, check emails on our free wifi or simply relax and gossip with colleagues!

So what are you waiting for? Call our highly experienced Bookings Team to book your next event at The Priory Rooms and make the most of our series of refurbishment projects! Call 0121 23 2317 or email enquiries@theprioryrooms.co.uk

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Faith and Action; Quakers and The First World War http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/faith-and-action-quakers-and-the-first-world-war http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/97 Wed, 21 Jan 2015 10:30:00 +0000 Confronted by war and suffering what would you do?

For Quakers faced by the outbreak of the First World War, answering this questions was complicated by their historic commitment to peace and peace-making.

This year the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (BMAG) will host a thought-provoking exhibition about Quaker involvement in World War One.

Faith-Action.jpgBased in Chamberlain Square in Birmingham city centre, the BMAG are holding the exhibition between January and June 2015 in the Community Gallery. A collaborative project between Central England Quakers, Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre and BMAG the collection aims to educate and inspire visitors about Quaker values past and present.

The exhibition covers all aspects of Quaker involvement in World War One and the challenges for them; taking the form of sound, artwork, film, artefacts and photographs. Topics covered includes pre-war peace-making initiatives, Friends Ambulance Unit, conscientious objectors' experiences, Quakers who joined the armed forces, the impact on Quaker businesses and Quaker Humanitarian and relief work across Britain and Europe.

The exhibition is available to view at the BMAG between the 17th January and 7th June 2015, for more information about the museum visit their website http://www.bmag.org.uk/birmingham-museum

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Shake Up Your Wake Up http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/shake-up-your-wake-up http://www.theprioryrooms.co.uk/news/permalink/96 Wed, 07 Jan 2015 09:00:00 +0000 Throughout January The Priory Rooms are supporting the HGCA’s “Shake Up Your Wake Up” campaign which promotes the importance of eating a healthy breakfast. The Priory Rooms are taking part in the campaigns “Breakfast Week” during the 25th-31st January 2015. The week is all about the importance of eating breakfast, with cafes, hotels, venues, schools and restaurants across the nation helping to educate the public and showcase their best breakfast recipes!

The Priory Rooms will be showcasing the healthy and varied continental style breakfast they provide conference room user and highlight the benefits of eating breakfast before starting a busy day of meetings!

suywu_logo.pngThe HGCA is the Cereals and Oilseeds Division of the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board. “Shake Up Your Wake Up” is their campaign to encourage more people to eat breakfast. The Priory Rooms are proud to be involved, encouraging their conference room users to start the day right way with a healthy and fulfilling breakfast. The Priory Rooms provide a delicious breakfast selection for delegates; offering a range of light, healthy and fresh choices perfect for a busy day of meetings ahead. The breakfast menu includes Light Bites; low in calories, high in fibre; Fresh Fruit; full of vitamins and Freshly Cooked Pastries; bite-sized treats.

Start the day with your choice from miniature cereal packs all served with semi-skimmed milk. Cereal is a low-fat breakfast option which provides iron, B vitamins and zinc with the milk adding calcium and protein to your diet. Or choose one of the low-calorie Alpen cereal bars and enjoy a cup of tea from a selection of flavours by fair trade supplier Clipper. Breakfast also includes colourful fruit bowls. Fruit helps to improve memory and keeps you feeling fuller for longer. They are also low in calories and provide sugars, fibre, and vitamins which are essential for a healthy lifestyle. Or for a treat, every morning bite-size danishes, pain au chocolat, pain aux raisins, croissants and blueberry muffins are freshly-cooked. These go deliciously with the freshly-filtered coffee provided.

So why should you start a day of meetings at The Priory Rooms with a healthy breakfast?

  • Breakfast provides the body and brain with fuel after an overnight fast - that's where its name originates, breaking the fast!
  • Apart from providing us with energy, breakfast foods are good sources of important nutrients such as calcium, iron and B vitamins as well as protein and fibre.
  • Many studies have shown how eating breakfast can improve memory and concentration levels and it can also make us happier as it can improve mood and lower stress levels

So get involved with HGCA’s Breakfast Week at The Priory Rooms!

Ensure you start the day the right way at The Priory Rooms with the superb continental style breakfast, to be focused and alert during your meetings and conferences!

Most importantly, make sure you find out the benefits of eating a healthy and varied breakfast.

To enquire about booking your next meeting or conference at The Priory Rooms call 0121 236 2317 or email enquiries@theprioryrooms.co.uk

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