The historic Manor House is being brought back to life as a new hub for hospitality, building on Southall's cultural diversity and excellence in food.
Set within Southall's lively town centre, the grounds of the timber-framed Elizabethan Manor House are a peaceful retreat with a proud heritage. These magnificent grounds hold wonderful yew trees and an old mulberry tree are said to have been planted by Henry VIII.
The new project is focused on supporting jobs, skills and enterprise in catering and hospitality, the Manor House will host:
- An inspiring Training Restaurant offering both high quality dining and unique training opportunities.
- Apprenticeships & training at all levels for careers in the hospitality industry
- Spaces to host classes, workshops, & training
- Business support for local businesses & those just getting started
- New large-scale event and gathering space able to host festivals, demonstrations, and private parties and receptions
- General space and support for local people’s interests, from food growing and cooking to inter-generational and cross-cultural skill swapping and celebration
What could the Manor House do for you?
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