WE ARE FOUR!

2014 was the year the internationally acclaimed barrister Amal Alamuddin married some actor, Apple watches became a thing, the UK drenched themselves in the Ice Bucket challenge, we learnt what ‘consciously uncoupling’ was (Cheers Gwyneth and Chris), but also the year BeaconHouse Events was founded. This month marks the 4th Birthday, we are done being… Read more »

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BeaconHouse Events: Decoding The Dress Code

Our invitation must be lost in the post, but we are sure some of our esteemed readers are included in the 2,640 VIPs on the list for Harry and Meghan’s Wedding. Fear not, we are selflessly here to help you navigate dress codes for the Royal Wedding and other occasions. The invites for Windsor Castle… Read more »

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BeaconHouse Events: Women Who Inspire Us

What better way to mark International Women’s Day than to reflect on some of the strongest, bravest and most tenacious women who inspire us? It is 100 years since women (over 30 and ‘of property’) were given the right to vote in the UK, and a little more since suffragette Emily Wilding Davison threw herself… Read more »

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6 Great Reasons to Volunteer in 2018

We all have hectic lives, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t find the time to broaden our horizons outside of the daily Netflix binges. Lots of events rely on enthusiastic volunteers to make the event run smoothly and be the positive presence on the front line. What’s that? You just heard about this great new… Read more »

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STOPTOBER: Our non-alcoholic alternatives

After hosting The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning (which we obviously baked for at Hoults Yard), Macmillan now urge us to ‘Go Sober for October’. And what perfect timing, after a summer of beer garden excess (albeit under shelter) and before the onslaught of the Christmas party season. We have half the BeaconHouse team signed up… Read more »

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We’ve moved!

Due to continued growth, and the deep-rooted desire to one day own an office pooch, we are extremely excited to move into Hoults Yard. We’ve spent three years in the city centre – our old office at Clavering House served us extremely well and we made great memories (and events) there. Hoults Yard is a… Read more »

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Creative applications…

Applying for a position in a creative company In my career I’ve had the joy of going through more than a few recruitment drives as an employer, some experiences have been better than others but I ALWAYS learn something. As a small, growing and young company BeaconHouse Events want to employ people that fit our… Read more »

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