Summer Ball & Leavers Prom
If you are leaving school or college and looking to celebrate your achievements with friends with your, bring your Summer Ball or Leavers Prom to Prested Hall in Essex!
With 4 beautiful reception rooms, stunning parkland and catering for up to 140 guests, Prested Hall is the perfect prom venue in Essex. Prested Hall, a beautiful Grade 11 Listed country manor house plays as a beautiful backdrop to your wonderful everlasting photographs. As you arrive in your chosen vehicle to escort you to the door, we welcome you to enjoy cocktails and relax in our stunning scenery and gardens. After the formality of the meal, your celebration will truly start, as included in our package is your evening disco with dancing until midnight.
This great value package includes the following:
Exclusive use of The Orangery and adjoining Oak Room until midnight
Hire of Prested from 5pm to dress and personalise the Hall with decorations
A non-alcoholic cocktail per person upon arrival
A cash bar available from 5pm until midnight
A delicious three course sit down meal chosen from our banqueting menu
Unlimited soft drink (Coke, Lemonade or fruit juice) during the meal
Our resident DJ performing in The Orangery or Oak Room
Our dedicated Events team to help you plan your evening celebration
All staff, cutlery, crockery, glassware and linen, cake table and knife, plus in-house fresh flowers in public areas
Optional upgrades for food and drink packages are available on request.
The cost of this great value party venue package is just £40.00 per person inclusive of VAT
Please contact our Events Team on 01376 573300 or email email@example.com
Please note that this package can only be booked subject to availability, Monday – Thursday. All bookings are subject to terms and conditions at the time of booking.
A £500.00 damages deposit will be required upon confirming your booking. The balance for your event will be due 2 months prior to the event. Should no damage be caused the £500.00 will be returned to you after the event has taken place. A ratio of 1 teacher per 20 students required during the evening.