Business Profile: A secluded party venue was first selected. On the outskirts of Sutton you will find “Rose Barn Venue Hire”.

PUBLISHED: 16:46 22 September 2015 | UPDATED: 16:46 22 September 2015

Rose Barn

Rose Barn

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A journey around the commercial aspects of Ely called “The 30 Days of Business” was started this month.

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The project sets out to see many different types of businesses throughout the area put onto video and recorded to show the broad spectrum of what the City and the region has to offer.

From retail to personal based learning and small new companies to national brands, Spotted in Ely TV believe they have captured the essence of everyday working life.

A secluded party venue was first selected. On the outskirts of Sutton you will find “Rose Barn Venue Hire”.

The purpose built establishment was created 4 years ago in the grounds of Sid Bibby and beautifully constructed to meet the needs of a variety of event types.

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From children’s party to medium sized weddings, the venue allowed you to hire it for up to five days giving you plenty of time to set up and clear away. To extend the venue, they added a large wooden decking with a marquee which can be decorated to suit your needs.

The gardens are separated in to many areas including a full working outdoor kitchen which is new for 2015. The newest appliance in the kitchen is a stone based pizza oven and barbeques, great for evening entertainment.

Sally Bibby, the owner of Rose Barn employs three full time staff and several part time to cater to the needs of the client. Since launching the video, enquiries have flooded the offices.

For further information you call them on 07525 055671 or find them at facebook.com/Rosebarnvenuehire

* Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R870Ni_7kg


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