Bruisyard Barn launches its corporate hire supporting CLA and encourages business to rural Suffolk
On Tuesday 22 May, new events venue Bruisyard Barn, near Saxmundham in Suffolk, will launch its corporate entertaining offer with the regional Country Land and Business Association (CLA) as its first guests.
The CLA East's AGM will take place in the striking 17th century barn, which has been sympathetically restored to provide excellent for-hire facilities.
"It's fitting that we are launching our new events venue by hosting an important group such as the CLA, whose issues - like encouraging employment in rural areas - we fully support" said Bruisyard Hall and Barn's General Manager, Paul Daws. "We are proud that Bruisyard Hall and Barn brings employment, tourism and other business to the local area as an excellent for-hire venue for private hire, corporate events and holidays."
Following the AGM, CLA East members will enjoy a private tour by Bruisyard Estate's owner and CLA member Robert Rous and his soon-to-be son in law, Paul Daws, who manages the Hall and Barn. Mr Rous will conduct a tour of the Barn - including its state of the art woodchip boiler which heats the Barn using wood from the estate or sourced locally - and the adjacent ancient Hall.
CLA East regional director Nicola Currie added: "Businesses based in the countryside make a significant contribution to the rural economy in East Anglia. They also play a role in supporting their local community.
"Bruisyard Barn shows the flexible options for the redevelopment of period buildings, to both generate business for rural Suffolk and to maintain its delicate architectural heritage.
"The CLA has been calling for more of a balance to the local rural economy by bringing in better paid jobs – and this is exactly what has been done by Robert Rous. He will relieve people from the stress of commuting, allowing some to walk or cycle to work – something which the CLA backs wholeheartedly."
Bruisyard Barn is adjacent to Bruisyard Hall, an ancient Suffolk country Hall with origins from the 14th century.
Bruisyard Hall and Barn has been owned by the Rous family since 1611. Today Robert Rous and Paul Daws, look after the Hall and its modernisation, as well as generating new revenue streams for the recently converted Barn and over 700 acres of country estate. The modernisation sees the Hall being returned to its former glory.
The Barn's will attract local, regional and London markets for corporate, social gatherings and weddings, and includes all the facilities required for a top events venue.
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