News

Friends House and CreatureKind partner to promote compassionate eating
9 Feb

On 31 January 2018 Friends House announced its commitment to promoting compassionate eating. The venue became a CreatureKind Institution and will reduce the amount of animal products in its catering by 20 per cent.

21 Dec

Paul Grey, CEO of Friends House Hospitality Limited, explains how we lived our values in 2017:

With countless highlights and achievements, 2017 has been an incredibly successful year for Friends House Hospitality Limited.

Friends House wins Bronze award at the London Venue Awards 2017
23 Oct

Friends House won the Bronze award for "Best New or Refurbished Venue" at the London Venue Awards 2017. The venue has been completely refurbished.

Friends House won the Support the Community Award at the Food Made Good 2017 ceremony
12 Oct

Friends House Restaurant won the Support the Community Award at the Food Made Good Awards 2017 for helping DHP set up a social enterprise bakery.

1 Aug

The Meetings Industry Association (MIA) has just published its list of shortlisted teams for the miaList Awards 2017. Our Hospitality and Facilities Team has been nominated for the “Venue Team Award”. You can vote for our team on the MIA website (voting closes on Friday 1st September).

The Company Annual Review 2016 - "The Friendly Way"
8 May

Our Annual Review for 2016 has just arrived. Find out about our results and achievements.

Camden Climate Change Alliance Report
26 Apr

We have just won another sustainability award for reducing water usage at Friends House by 47% since 2009.

Friends House (London) Hospitality Ltd celebrates its 10th anniversary in The Light
31 Mar

Friends House (London) Hospitality Ltd celebrated 10 years of running a successful sustainable and ethical business. 

AIM Higher Silver accrediation
6 Mar

Friends House has achieved AIM Higher Silver accreditation. Ou event venue has been recognised for the quality of its meeting facilities and services.

Pay Compare Mark 25%
23 Jan

Amid media reports of chief executives of the UK’s leading companies now typically earning 129 times more than their average employee, Quakers in Britain have been awarded for their pay policy. They are the first major religious body to be a Pay Compare Mark employer.