As a unique venue with a varied and fascinating history, Middle Temple has been featured in various publications. Please use the links below to access our latest press releases and read example press cuttings.

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The days are longer, the air is full of intoxicating fragrance, and everyone is that little bit happier. This can only mean that spring has finally sprung. It’s a time of growth and renewal and, when it comes to food, that means an abundance of tasty, fresh produce appearing in stores, at markets and on restaurant menus everywhere.

Other than your wedding photographs and video, your guest book is one of few really personal mementos you’ll have from your big day.

Nowadays there are more and more creative ways for your guests to express their joy at your reunion and offer their well-wishes. Often guests include a piece of advice for married life or favourite memories of your time together.

Here are five of our favourite ideas that go beyond the traditional guest book.

If you’re the go-to person at work for running events and organising meetings or conferences in London, then you’ll be only too familiar with the often-frustrating search for the perfect venue. 

March is Women’s History Month, a whole month dedicated to the amazing achievements of women through the ages, and one that celebrates social, economic and political contributions of women to society. It serves to raise awareness of the ongoing need to accelerate gender parity – a topic that has generated a dramatic amount of news coverage in recent times.

Pie lovers rejoice - British Pie Week is back and it’s bigger and more delicious than ever!

Salary: £40,000 plus excellent benefits

Are you looking for a role in events that doesn’t require you to work over Christmas and New Year? A role that doesn’t mean you have to work long hours over significant dates in the calendar such as Valentine’s Day and Mother’s or Father’s day?
This is a fantastic opportunity to work at one of London’s most prestigious venues.

You’ve probably been dreaming about your wedding and the all-important dress since you were a small girl. Now you’ve finally met ‘the one’ and you’re ready to walk down the aisle, how do you turn that childhood dream into a reality? Now is the time to decide what kind of bride you want to be – traditional, romantic, modern, or maybe bohemian.

With Valentine’s Day upon us, there will be an upsurge in social media announcements from people updating their status’ to ‘got engaged!’ as a life event on their timelines.

When it comes to getting married there are all sorts of traditions that many couples want to incorporate into the big day; a white dress, the bridal bouquet, something old, something new. But when we delve into history we can find many customs that have long been forgotten.

Read some more fantastic reviews by some bloggers who visited over the Christmas period. Click on the links below to read the full blogs. 

Truly Madly Kids - Exploring London: Middle Temple

Anna Nutall: Touring the Middle Temple

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