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The five-acre private garden at the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn is one of the largest in central London. Originally designed in 1606 by the society’s then-treasurer, Sir Francis Bacon, the
historic grounds play host to a striking marquee in the summer. Available for evening and weekend events from the end of June to the end of July each year, it can accommodate anything from
barbecues for 600 to dinner-dances for 300. The top-of-the-range structure is carpeted and comes with its own cloakroom, smart loos and kitchen, plus dedicated chefs, waiting staff and support
staff. The outside area has wooden furniture and plenty of space for alfresco entertainment, against a leafy backdrop.
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