Stationers' Hall is a Grade I listed building, close to St Paul's Cathedral. It is one of the few ancient Livery Halls remaining in the City of London. Completed in 1673 after the Great Fire of London, the Hall's suite of magnificent, inter-linking rooms as well as the secluded garden makes it one of the most sought after venues in the City for Corporate events and Private functions.
Our heart of green refers both to our private garden oasis as well as our environmental sustainability. Our Corporate Social Responsibility policy can be found here.
I just wanted to send you a big fat thank you for all of your hard work, effort and assistance you have given to Chancery and our reception ...
The evening was amazing, everything flowed and everyone working on the evening were professional and friendly and I am so impressed. Stationers' Hall really is a lovely venue but it wouldn’t be so good without you guys and your respective amazing staff. CH&Co's food was delicious and please do pass on my thanks and gratitude to your team and chef (the vegan options were amazing). I’ve already had a flurry of emails from attendees saying what a great time they had and how lovely the food was. Thanks again so much for everything – I really have appreciated it (you both made my job so much easier).
Chancery Financial Planning - Dinner 14 JUNE 2018
Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put in to us having the most incredible wedding weekend ...
When we decided to plan a wedding in 4 months, little did we know we would find such a perfect and stunning venue. We were blown away by the beauty and elegance of Stationers' Hall ... not to mention the blue doors and incredible garden. Thank you for enabling us to get married in the perfect venue - it was truly the happiest day of our lives!
Tamara and Sacha wedding 26 MAY 2018
In my role as President of the Old Stationers' Association, may I thank you and the team for looking after us so well ...
It was an excellent meal and copious quantities of wine. Please pass our thanks to all concerned with our evening, and of course thanks to you for the co-ordination.
Old Stationers' Association - Dinner 23 MARCH 2018
A huge thank you from both of us to you and the whole team at Stationers' Hall for all of your hard work ...
We had the most wonderful wedding day on the 18th of June and we loved being at Stationers' Hall. You and the team made us feel so welcome from the early planning stages right through to the day itself. Our family and friends had a fantastic time and were all so complimentary about the venue. It really is a very special place. Thank you again.
Helen and Will wedding 18 JUNE 2016
We are writing to express our thanks for what was an exceptional day ...
The ceremony itself was both refined and moving. Stationers' Hall is truly a hidden gem, steeped in history. The beautiful banqueting hall was an ideal setting for the wedding breakfast. The stained glass is stunning. The catering service rovided by the staff during the meal was impeccable. All in all it was a perfect day. Once again, thank you.
Andy and Hannah wedding 09 APRIL 2016
We initially chose Stationers for the beautiful private garden, magnificent rooms and central location ...
As plans for our wedding progressed it became clear to us that the team at Stationers were even more special than the venue. Nothing was too much trouble for them and their calm, thoughtful advice made the whole process seem like a real partnership.
Nyreen and Jason wedding 25 JULY 2015
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The New Hall, 1673: The great Fire of London destroyed the Stationer’s original hall. Steps were taken to build the present Hall, with work beginning in 1670. By autumn 1673 the new Hall was used for dinner on Lord Mayor's day, but a further 12 months passed before Stephen Colledge, 'the Protestant Joiner', was contracted to panel the Hall for £300.