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Some of our clients also want us to look after their own staff, through incentives, team incentives, rewards and team building, and for this we can either use our existing hospitality packages, or design bespoke events.

Please get in touch for examples of bespoke events, including team-building events in Madrid, Verona, Florence and Cascais, and a London reward event.

If you let us know the purpose of the event, after consulting with you on matters of detail we can use our considerable experience in this field to create various proposals for you.





London DMC


Templeton is the smart choice for anyone looking for a Destination Management Company in London.
We can provide the following services for visitors to London:

Meet and Greet

Whether arriving at one of London's airports or main railway stations, the capital can sometimes all be quite confusing for visitors.
We can meet your guests on arrival and make sure their first experience of London is a positive one.


For many years we have worked with a wide range of quality hotels in London from quality business hotels to luxury boutique hotels.
Templeton can arrange everything for you at competitive rates.

Transfers and Transport

We can arrange for your visitors to be picked up upon arrival and transferred to their hotel in a variety of vehicles from luxury limousines to functional minibuses;
all by knowledgeable, efficient and punctual drivers. We can also arrange transport during their stay, around London or further afield including helicopters.

Business meetings and Conferences

We can offer a wide range of venues to suit your needs with all your AV and other technical requirements. 
We can also supervise the set-up and be present throughout the event.


We can put together a full programme so that a trip to London can be a motivational incentive for your salespeople,
account managers, agents and distributors.

Excursions/Guided tours

Our experienced guides are here to help your guests make the most of their London experience, from St James' to
the London Eye or on a trip down to Greenwich on the Thames Clipper.


London offers a huge variety of dining experiences, and we can reserve tables or host guest's at restaurants to suit your style and budget.
Whether you want Michelin-star fine dining or something more casual, a salt beef sandwich, the restaurants we work with are the best in London. 
We can also cater for any specific dietary requirements.

Theatre shows

A trip to a West End show is often a must-do experience for anyone visiting London.
We can arrange tickets to all of the most popular shows including Phantom of the Opera, The Book of Mormon, The Lion King and Mamma Mia.
We can also offer your guests VIP treatment with champagne and canapés in private facilities within the theatre, or in private boxes.

Sports Events

Depending on the time of the visit, there will almost certainly be some major sporting event happening in or near London.
We can provide official hospitality packages for all of them, including Wimbledon Debenture tickets. Royal Ascot, Newmarket, Goodwood, Lord's and The Oval,
and we are official resellers for Arsenal FC.


Templeton can take your visitors to the best attractions and museums in London including: 

Buckingham Palace
The Tower of London
The Shard
The O2
The Emirates Air Line Cable Car
The Old Royal Naval College
The Royal Observatory
The Science Museum
The Natural History Museum
The British Museum
St Paul's Cathedral
Madame Tussauds

The list is almost endless, but we can tailor a tour or visit to whatever attraction suits your needs.



Robin Justin 1998 Justin and Robin
July 2012

Justin and Robin started working together in the events industry in 1993. We felt we could improve on the standards commonly being offered in this unregulated industry.For the first few years we provided hospitality packages at sporting events only, but it soon became apparent that there was a demand within our client base for hospitality packages at cultural events too, which we of course acted upon.We now have good relationships with sporting and cultural venues throughout the UK, and some in Europe, and can offer official hospitality packages at all of them.In addition, many of our clients began to ask us if we could look after their customers in different settings  - product launches, promotions, conferences, media events and the like, and so the scope of our services widened again.>Some of our clients also wanted us to look after their own staff, through incentives, team incentives, rewards and team building.So Templeton has now evolved into an expert provider of hospitality packages and bespoke packages, and we hope it is a useful resource for our clients.

Robin Justin 2012 Royal Ascot Justin and Robin
June 2012
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June 2002
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December 1999
Young Guns Mirror Justin and Robin
January 1994


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Although entertaining at sporting events, when done well, has long been accepted as an effective means of cementing and enhancing business relationships, more and more companies are coming to recognise the value of hospitality packages centred on the arts as well.

For example, our theatre hospitality packages are not just theatre evenings in the traditional sense. They combine top seats and interval private reception at a sell-out West End show with fine dining beforehand, and an overnight stay in one of a selection of London five star and boutique hotels.

We offer  Michelin starred cuisine (including Mark Hix, Marcus Wareing, Marco Pierre White, to name a few...) combined with your choice of theatre show. After the show your party returns to your reserved area within of one of our many partner five star hotels in London where your overnight stay allows for relaxed conversation over a midnight snack and a night cap or two.

Please call or use the Enquiry Form to request an up to date confirmed show listing together with information on the various styles of evening we offer.

Confirmed London Theatre Shows Spring/Summer 2014

  • Billy Elliott - Victoria Palace Theatre (7.30 - 10.30)
  • The Lion King - Lyceum Theatre, Aldwych (7.30 - 10.20)
  • Beautiful - The Carole King Musical - Aldwych Theatre (19.30 - 22.10)
  • Les Miserables - Queens Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave (7.30 - 10.30)
  • Mama Mia - Novello Theatre, Aldwych (7.30 - 10.15)
  • The Jersey Boys (The story of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons) Piccadilly Theatre (7.30 - 10.20)
  • Miss Saigon - Prince Edward Theatre, Soho (19.30 - 22.20) (ends Feb 16)
  • Phantom of the Opera - Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket (7.30 - 10.00)
  • The Book of Mormon - Prince of Wales Theatre (19.30 - 22.00)
  • Wicked - Apollo Theatre, Victoria (7.30 - 10.20)
  • The Book of Mormon - Prince of Wales Theatre (7.30 - 10.00)
  • Guys and Dolls - Savoy Theatre (19.30 - 22.00)
  • Charlie and the Chocolate factory - Drury Lane Theatre (7.30 - 10.00)
  • Thriller - Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Ave (7.30 - 10.00)
  • Matilda - Cambridge Theatre, Convent Garden (19.30 - 22.10)
  • Kinky Boots - Adelphi Theatre, Strand, (19.30 - 22.00)
  • Close to You - Criterion Theatre, Piccadilly Circus (19.30 - 22.00)
  • Sunny Afternoon - Harold Pinter Theatre, Haymarket (19.30 - 22.00)
  • Cats - London Palladium, Oxford Circus (19.30 - 22.00)

Please use the Enquiry Form to request an up to date confirmed show listing together with information on the various styles of evening we offer.

We offer our sympathy to those injured in the collapse of the roof of the Apollo Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue and wish them a full and speedy recovery.

Golf Packages<

The Open Championship is the oldest of the four Majors in Men’s Golf and offers the largest prize fund of them all. The event is hosted annually by one of the most prestigious golf clubs in the UK and The Old Course at St. Andrews will play host to this exciting golf event in July 2015.

Congratulations to 25 year old Irishman Rory McIlroy who won champion golfer of the year along with the 143rd Open Golf Championship at Royal Liverpool, Hoylake.

Templeton offer a range of superb on-course official hospitality facilities.

The Open Guest Restaurant

This is located in the heart of the action on the ground floor of our new two-tier facility overlooking the 15th fairway. The Open Guest package includes full day hospitality from a classic golfer's breakfast to a magnificent four course lunch, followed by a traditional English afternoon tea and of course, a full service bar is available throughout the day.

The Open Champions Restaurant

This is our informal package and is located within the tented village. This facility provides easy access to the course and is the perfect place to relax with clients. The Open Champions package provides a delicious range of food, wine and beer, plus an exclusive R&A whisky and canapé afternoon reception for your guests. The setting is perfect for a more informal approach, and guests are invited to relax in the lounge bar or roam freely on the course.

Private Chalets

Our private chalets provide an oasis of corporate calm within the luxurious surroundings of the hospitality village. All chalets are located on the 15th fairway with fantastic views overlooking the course. Along with the course view, you will also be able to take advantage of The Open Clubhouse Restaurant Menu giving you and your guests a superb choice for your day’s dining experience. Our executive chef will use local & national produce to create an exciting eclectic mix of exciting dishes. A full wine list and a fully stocked bar is also available. Chalets can be branded with corporate logos and a bespoke service is available to add the finishing touch to your day. Chalets can be hired for groups of 30 or 50 guests.

Your itinerary for the day will include:

  • Executive box with private viewing balcony or tables in suites within the ground
  • Itineraries, maps and menus bearing your company motif in colour
  • Reserved car parking (one per four)
  • Freshly brewed coffee and refreshments on arrival
  • Official Programmes and Scorecards
  • Champagne reception before luncheon
  • Personalised table place cards with your company motif in colour
  • Four course silver service luncheon with excellent wines, liqueurs
  • Closed circuit television
  • Fully stocked complimentary bar throughout the day
  • Full afternoon tea with sandwich and cake selection
  • Souvenir gift for each guest

Prices start from £395+VAT per person.

Please contact us for further information.

Grand Prix

Silverstone Grand Prix Hospitality Packages

With its global TV audience, Grand Prix Motor Racing is the biggest annual sport series on earth and Silverstone is widely recognised as one of the fastest circuits. Following what has been the closest fought season in at least a decade, 2014 is sure to be just as exhilarating as McLaren, Ferrari and Red Bull once again fight for supremacy.

>Templeton Event Management offer a range of ticket only and hospitality packages for the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

Silverstone Six Hospitality Village

Following the redesign of the track in 2011, we have now relocated our official restaurant to within the Silverstone Six Village – so called as it gives guests views of up to six corners. Our exclusive terrace viewing platform gives views of the F1 cars as they approach from the Copse/Maggotts straight with views of Loop, Becketts and Chapel corners. This is an elevated position, allowing your guests to be as close to the action as possible. Furthermore, in addition to the top class hospitality throughout the day, a Grandstand seat is now included as part of the package.

Your itinerary for the day will include:

  • Admission to Silverstone including
    • General Admission
    • Centre Transfer Admission
    • Hospitality Admission
    • Grandstand Seat
  • Hot breakfast, buffet lunch and afternoon tea
  • Complimentary bar including champagne, beers, wine, spirits and soft drinks
  • Souvenir race programme and Silverstone FM radio
  • Car parking (1 per 2 guests)
  • Terrace seating area
  • Reserved Grandstand Seat
  • Itineraries, maps and menus bearing your company motif in colour
  • Closed circuit television
  • Experienced hostesses and Templeton Site Staff in attendance throughout the day

Saturday 4th July (F1 Qualifying)    £   350 + VAT

Sunday   5th July (Grand Prix)        £   975 + VAT

Sat & Sunday (Two day linkage)     £ 1,200 + VAT

Please contact us for further information.


Silverstone Grand Prix Map

Silverstone six terrace
Relaxed informal atmosphere with trackside view. Grandstand on the left where 
reserved seats are included


Cricket Hospitality Packages

West Indies will kick off this summer's international programme with a three-match Test series against England, which will see matches staged at Lord's, Trent Bridge and Edgbaston, followed by a three-match NatWest ODI Series and a NatWest International T20.

Australia, currently the world's number one-ranked ODI side, are then scheduled to take on England in a five-match NatWest Series.

The five-day game then resumes, with top-ranked England taking on the second-ranked team South Africa in Test matches at The Kia Oval, Headingley Carnegie and Lord's.

England will round off their summer with a five-match NatWest ODI Series and three NatWest International T20 matches against the South Africans.

Cricket Galery

Click to go to the cricket album in our photo gallery.


The Best Bet / Headingley 1981

As England appeared to be sliding to an innings defeat, the big screen flashed up odds of 500-1 against them. Dennis Lillee and Rod Marsh sent the Australian bus driver round to the Ladbroke's tent to place £10 and £5 respectively, and then watched in shock as Ian Botham and Bob Willis pulled off the greatest Ashes comeback in history.

The Ball Of The Century / Old Trafford 1993

For sheer theatre, it would be hard to beat Shane Warne's entry to Ashes cricket. His first ball ripped sideways across Mike Gatting's defensive shot, and removed the off-bail so delicately that it made no sound. Gatting had to check with the umpire that he really had been bowled. 'If it had been a cheese roll, it would never have got past him," quipped Graham Gooch.

Freddie's Cuddle / Edgbaston 2005

The moment when Andrew Flintoff went over to congratulate Brett Lee on his heroic innings could easily have gone unnoticed in all the hoopla surrounding England's two-run victory. Fortunately, photographer Tom Shaw captured their handshake with a wonderful photograph that has come to represent all the best elements of that hard-fought summer.

The Dressing-Room Sermon / Adelaide 1932-33

"There are two teams out there on the oval. One is playing cricket, the other is not." Bill Ponsford's resonant words were delivered from a massage table in the dressing-roomafter Harold Larwood had hit him over the heart. Bert Oldfield came off worse: he had his skull fractured in the same match.

Laker's One-Man Show / Old Trafford 1956

If Bradman's batting average is the most remarkable statistic in sport, Jim Laker's match haul of 19  for 90 comes close. In all the annals of Test and first-class cricket, no one else has managed more than 17 wickets in a game. The Aussies like to point out that his apotheosis came on a dustbowl of a pitch, described by the great Australian spinner Bill O'Reilly as "an absolute disgrace".

A Hundredth Hundred / Headingley 1977

A classical on-drive off Greg Chappell's medium-fast seamers took Geoff Boycott to this most prized of batting landmarks. And in front of his home crowd as well. The ovation must have been particularly welcome after the previous match at Trent Bridge, where Boycott had infamously run out Nottingham favourite Derek Randall.

The Legend of Gary Pratt / Trent Bridge 2005

A second innings centurion at Old Trafford in the third test, Ricky Ponting was building towards something similar in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge as England struggled for a breakthrough. Step forward Gary Pratt, England's substitute fielder, who threw down the stumps from midwicket to run out Ponting by a yard and spark an almighty strop from the Australian captain.

Five For One / Edgbaston 1981

At 105 for five, Australia needed just 46 runs to win the fourth Test at Edgbaston. But in just 28 balls, Botham took five wickets for one run to give England the win. Swinging the ball at pace, Botham - big, brooding and bearded - was in his irresistible pomp, even though he had to be persuaded to bowl by captain Mike Brearley.

An England Hat-Trick At Last / Sydney 1998-99

England bowler Darren Gough dispatched Ian Healy, Stuart MacGill and Colin Miller with a brilliant piece of bowling at the end of a long day. The ball that did for Miller was a majestic outswinging yorker that rocked the off-stump. It was 100 years since England's last Ashes hat-trick.

Bradman's Favourite Innings / Trent Bridge 1938

Stan McCabe's ferocious 232 at Nottingham was so chock-full of rasping cuts and pulls that Bradman stood on the dressing-room balcony and told his team-mates "Come and see this. Don't miss a moment of it. You will never see its like again." Bradman then greeted McCabe on his return to the dressing-room with the words "If I could play an innings like that, I'd be a proud man, Stan."