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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

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.

ASHES MOMENTS

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."

Wimbledon Tennis Packages

Wimbledon Hospitality Packages

The All England Lawn Tennis Championships remain one of the highlights of the tennis world, and as the only Grand Slam event still played on grass, they retain both the speed of action and the sense of history that make them the favourite of many of the top players.

Templeton offer unrivalled hospitality in luxury suites either within the Lakeview Restaurant or in the Fairway Village, and as all tickets provided are genuine Debentures (guaranteed best seats) or are officially allocated by the AELTC, you can be sure of a day of the highest quality at this world famous event.

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Lakeview Restaurant

The 'Wimbledon Lakeview Restaurant' is conveniently situated in the luxurious Club House of the Wimbledon Park Golf Club, only a short distance from your reserved seats on Centre Court or No.1 Court. It features elegant air-conditioned facilities for both relaxing and dining, with a large outside patio and balcony.

The Wimbledon Lakeview Restaurant offers first-class catering by Michelin Star chef Angela Hartnett, overlooking the beautiful golf course & lake, and across to the All England Club.

Debenture Tickets

Your reserved tickets for Centre Court or No.1 Court are usually handed to you on the day during lunch.

VIP Security Pass

The VIP Security Pass will provide access to the Club House of the Wimbledon Park Golf Club. The pass should be produced when access is required.

Dress Code

Dress is smart, comfortable, casual wear. Jeans would be inappropriate.

Complimentary Transfers

The All England Club is a short stroll from the Club House, however for the benefit of guests we are pleased to provide golf buggy transfers throughout the day. The transfers take little more than 2 minutes.

Pass-outs

When you exit the All England Club to return to the Golf Club during the day please ensure you obtain a pass-out wristband. To re-enter the grounds you will require your ticket and the appropriate wristband. Pass-out wristbands are available at most gates. (At some gates a Hand-Stamp may be used instead of a wristband).

Afternoon Tea & Closing Time

Afternoon tea service ends at 5.45pm, after this time only beverages will be available. The Wimbledon Lakeview Restaurant and Golf Club closes at 8.00pm. Please ensure that you collect any personal belongings before this time.

Your itinerary for the day will include:

  • Private suites for twelve or more, or tables within the clubhouse restaurant
  • Day long use of hospitality facility
  • Reserved VIP car parking
  • Itineraries, maps and menus bearing your company motif in colour
  • Centre Court Debenture tickets with Debenture Lounge badges
  • Freshly brewed tea and coffee with canapés and refreshments
  • Champagne reception
  • Personalised table place cards with your company motif in colour
  • Four course silver service luncheon with excellent wines
  • Port, brandy and other fine liqueurs
  • Fully stocked complimentary bar throughout the day including champagne
  • Traditional afternoon tea with sandwiches, strawberries and cream and cake selection
  • Plasma television coverage throughout the day
  • Official Wimbledon souvenir programme containing order of play
  • Full air-conditioning
  • Resident pianist
  • Buggy shuttle service throughout the day
  • Experienced hostesses and Templeton Site Staff in attendance throughout the day

10.30 am Facility opens for morning coffee

11.00 am Complimentary bar opens, Champagne & Pimms reception

11.30 am Luncheon served with fine wines

1.00 pm Play is scheduled to commence on Centre Court and No.1 Court

4.15 pm Afternoon Tea is served

5.45 pm Afternoon Tea service ends

7.30 pm Bar closes

8.00 pm Facility closes

 

* Commencement of Play on the Show Courts. Play is scheduled to commence at 1.00pm on all days, except on the last two days (scheduled for Ladies' & Mens' Finals) when play is scheduled to commence at 2.00pm - as such lunch will be served at 12.00pm on the last two days. Please note however that rain delays may necessitate that play commences earlier on some days, and if you wish to have an earlier lunch then please ask on arrival.

Starter

Roasted Pollack

Celeriac and Baby Gem, Toasted Pumpkin Seeds and Chilli

Main

Beef Rib Eye

Rocket, Watercress, Horseradish Cream and Confit Potato

Dessert

Chocolate & Almond Tart Salted Caramel Cream

Cheese

Daily Selection of Four Cheeses from La Fromagerie Homemade Chutneys, Walnut and Raisin Bread

Coffee

Faire-trade Filter Coffee and Tisanes Homemade Biscotti

Afternoon Tea

Daily Selection of Finger Sandwiches Kentish Strawberries with Fresh Pouring Cream Fruit Scones with Strawberry Preserve and Cornish Clotted Cream

Daily Selection of Cakes

From the A3 (Kingston Road / West Hill), take the A219 at Tibbet's Corner towards Wimbledon and follow the signs for the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), down Wimbledon Parkside. A one-way system operates during Wimbledon fortnight; as such you will be directed to the AELTC via Marryat Road. At the end of Marryat Road turn RIGHT into Somerset Road and then RIGHT into Church Road. With the AELTC now behind you proceed up the hill. At the roundabout turn LEFT into St Mary's Road, past the Church. Go across two mini roundabouts and turn LEFT into Arthur Road, then immediately first LEFT into Home Park Road. The Wimbledon Park Golf Club entrance is situated approximately 400m on the left.

Wimbledon Lakeview Restaurant

Wimbledon Park Gold Club

Home Park Road

Wimbledon

London SW19 7HR

Car Parking

Car park label holders may park in the private car park of the Wimbledon Park Golf Club, which is situated adjacent to the Club House. This car park is accessed through the main entrance on Home Park Road.

PLEASE DO NOT USE THE GOLF CLUB CAR PARK ON CHURCH ROAD.

London Underground (The District Line) runs to 'Wimbledon Park', which is only 500m from the Wimbledon Park Golf Club. If you are travelling by underground please use this station and not 'Southfields' or 'Wimbledon' stations.

The Fairway Village

The Fairway Village is a luxury hospitality complex located opposite the gates of the All England Club, a short walk to Centre and No 1 Courts. Fully furnished with separate dining and lounge areas, the stunning facility is temperature controlled throughout and has a large private garden area outside; a unique feature among hospitality facilities at Wimbledon.

It provides the perfect base for relaxing, dining, enjoying a drink and savouring the very English surrounds of a summer's day spent at Wimbledon. Like the Lakeview Restaurant, the Fairway Village has views over the golf course and lake, rather than the view of the car park afforded by certain other villages.

Private chalets are available for companies wishing to entertain larger groups in an exclusive setting.

Official Tickets

Your reserved tickets for Centre Court or No.1 Court are usually handed to you on the day during lunch.

VIP Security Pass

The VIP Security Pass will provide access to the Fairway Village hospitality complex. The pass should be produced when access is required.

Dress Code

Dress is smart, comfortable, casual wear. Jeans would be inappropriate.

Pass-outs

When you exit the All England Club to return to the Fairway Village during the day please ensure you obtain a pass-out wristband. To re-enter the grounds you will require your ticket and the appropriate wristband. Pass-out wristbands are available at most gates. (At some gates a Hand-Stamp may be used instead of a wristband).

Afternoon Tea & Closing Time

Afternoon tea service ends at 5.45pm, after this time only beverages will be available. The Fairway Village closes at 8.00pm. Please ensure that you collect any personal belongings before this time.

Your itinerary for the day will include:

  • Private chalets for thirty or more, or tables within the village restaurant
  • Day long use of hospitality facility
  • Large private garden area
  • Itineraries, maps and menus bearing your company motif in colour
  • Officially allocated AELTC Centre Court tickets
  • Freshly brewed tea and coffee with canapés and refreshments
  • Champagne reception
  • Personalised table place cards with your company motif in colour
  • Four course silver service luncheon with excellent wines
  • Port, brandy and other fine liqueurs
  • Fully stocked complimentary bar throughout the day including champagne
  • Traditional afternoon tea with sandwiches, strawberries and cream and cake selection
  • Plasma television coverage throughout the day
  • Official Wimbledon souvenir programme containing order of play
  • Full air-conditioning
  • Resident pianist
  • Experienced hostesses and Templeton Site Staff in attendance throughout the day

10.30 am Facility opens for morning coffee

11.00 am Complimentary bar opens, Champagne & Pimms reception

11.30 am Luncheon served with fine wines

1.00 pm Play is scheduled to commence on Centre Court and No.1 Court

4.15 pm Afternoon Tea is served

5.45 pm Afternoon Tea service ends

7.30 pm Bar closes

8.00 pm Facility closes

* Commencement of Play on the Show Courts. Play is scheduled to commence at 1.00pm on all days, except on the last two days (scheduled for Ladies' & Mens' Finals) when play is scheduled to commence at 2.00pm - as such lunch will be served at 12.00pm on the last two days. Please note however that rain delays may necessitate that play commences earlier on some days, and if you wish to have an earlier lunch then please ask on arrival.

Starter

Parma Ham, Peach and Feta Cheese Salad Herb oil

Severn and Wye Oak Smoked Salmon Watercress and crème fraîche

Fricassee of Wild Mushrooms on a Thyme Baked Puff Pastry A soft boiled quails egg and truffle dressing

Main Course

Char-grilled Sirloin Steak Thyme and garlic roasted portobello mushroom with buttered spinach, French fries and a Bèarnaise sauce

Baked Cod Torbay crab and butternut squash risotto, samphire and a chive sauce

Pan-fried Halloumi Honeyed tomato, baby spinach and new potato salad

Seafood Tastng Plate (served cold) Hot smoked salmon with guacamole and red pepper dressing Lobster with potato salad and garden leaves, prawns and apple and fennel salad Chilli crab in mouli on a mango salsa

Dessert

Hazelnut and Chocolate Praline Brandy snap and chocolate mousse

Raspberry and Strawberry

Eton Mess Lemon and Ginger Cheesecake Lemongrass sauce

White Wines

Brancott Estate

Sauvignon Blanc 2012

A complex array of white-fleshed stone fruit, grapefruit and currant leaf dominates with hints of lemongrass and red capsicum.

Riva Leone Gavi 2011

Delicate with intense fruity and lemony notes. Clean and fresh with a long lingering, citrusy finish.

Red Wines

Brancott Estate

Pinot Noir 2011

The deep garnet red colour reflects the depth of fragrance. Ripe, dark red berry and stone fruit aromas are highlighted with complex, spicy oak highlights and savoury nuances.

Chateau Bonnet Reserve

Bordeaux Rouge 2008

Stylish, bursting with attractive red berry and cherry notes together with some elegant smokey flavours. It is ample and smooth.

Rosé

La Maglia Rosa

Pinot Grigio Blush 2010

This Pinot Grigio has a bit of sweetness to make it soft and very easy-drinking. It also has subtle flavours of raspberry and strawberry.

If you are arriving by taxi, ask the driver to follow the AA signs to Car Park No. 8, from here you will be directed into the Fairway Village.

From London City Centre: take the A3 towards Kingston.

From the South: take the M23 and exit at Junction 8 onto the M25 towards Heathrow. Exit the M25 at Junction 9 onto the A243 leading to the A3 towards Kingston.

From the North: take the M1 and exit at Junction 6a onto the M25 towards Heathrow. Exit the M25 at Junction 10 onto the A3 towards Kingston.

From Kingston: follow the AA signs to Car Park No. 8.

More Informations

The All England Lawn Tennis Championships

The present-day All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (originally The All England Croquet Club) is a private club that was founded in 1868, with its first ground off Worple Road in Wimbledon.

The club was renamed The All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club in 1877 after tennis had been added to its activities the previous year; the game of tennis had been devised by Major Walter Clopton Wingfield as "Sphairistike" a couple of years previously. The club held the first Lawn Tennis Championship in 1877 to mark this change, and a new code of rules was drawn up for the tournament to replace the one administered by the Marylebone Cricket Club. Except for a few details, the rules are pretty much the same to this day.

The first Championship was for Gentlemen's Singles only, and from twenty-two entrants Spencer Gore emerged as the champion - about two hundred spectators watched the final, at a cost of one shilling each, a tad different from today.

Tennis gradually became the only sport played at the club, and "Croquet" was dropped from the title in 1882. However, it was restored in 1889 for sentimental reasons, and the club became, and still is, The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Just to confuse people, in 2011 the "All England Lawn Tennis Club" or AELTC was formed as the club's subsidiary company to oversee the Championships.

In 1884 Ladies' Singles and Gentlemen's Doubles were added to the Championship, with Ladies' Doubles and Mixed Doubles appearing in 1913.

In 1968 Wimbledon and the other Grand Slam tournaments went Open, allowing professional players to compete alongside the amateurs for the first time - the Players had joined the Gentlemen, and after a few squabbles between different associations representing players, tennis became the unified sport that it is today.

The present club colours of dark green and purple date from 1909, when the early colours of blue, yellow, red and green were thought to be too similar to those of the Royal Marines.

The club moved from Worple Road in 1922 to its present site in Church Road, Wimbledon, as larger grounds were needed to accommodate increased crowds at the Championships, mainly as a consequence of the popularity of the French lady contestant Suzanne Lenglen.

On the Worple Road site, the lawns at the ground had been arranged so that the main court was in the middle, hence the name Centre Court. However, after the move to Church Road, Centre Court was actually at the northern extent of the grounds, by no means in the centre. In 1967 the club purchased some additional land to the north, which was leased to the New Zealand Sports and Social Club and was known as Aorangi Park (Aorangi is "Cloud Piercer" in Maori). However after 1981 the lease was terminated and the club uses the land itself - it is that "Henman Hill" can be found, named after the English tennis player Tim Henman. Various media attempts have been made to change its name, most notably to "Murray Mound", but to tennis aficionados it remains Henman Hill.

Since 2009 Centre Court has had a retractable roof and floodlights, enabling play to continue even in inclement weather and long into the evening if necessary. This has saved many spectators from the prospect of having Cliff Richard singing to them all afternoon. No 1 Court will have a similar roof fitted in time for the 2019 Championships.

Most people who attend the Championships do so with ballot tickets, so called because they are allocated at random by computer to those members of the general public who applied to the AELTC for them before a set time (usually mid-December) the preceding year. Tennis clubs also run their own ballots for tickets they have received for their members. It is not possible to choose which specific court or which day of the Championship your ticket will be for - nevertheless the ballot is always hugely oversubscribed.

It is very important to understand that these ballot tickets are not transferable - unused ones should be returned to the AELTC for re-allocation or resale - and must not be bought and sold. If you are found with a ballot ticket you have bought, it will be confiscated, and after interview with the police you will be escorted from the grounds.

The only tickets that can be legally traded are Debenture tickets. These are sold over five year periods by the AELTC to raise finance for its various projects, such as the Centre Court roof. The holder of the Debenture is entitled to one ticket per day of the Championship in the court that his Debenture applies to (centre or No 1 Court), which can be used or sold. The Debenture holder does not receive a ticket for the same seat every year, although consideration is given to requests; however, all of the Debenture seats are in the prime positions on both courts. A Debenture ticket also allows access to a private restaurant on either court, called the Debenture Lounge - food and drink must still be paid for, but it is a private area away from most of the crowds, and celebrity spotting there can be quite good fun too.

You can still get tickets for Centre Court and Courts 1 and 2 by queuing; queuing overnight will probably be necessary if you want to get a ticket for one of the show courts, and you should bring a tent and/or sleeping bag - the AELTC provides toilet and water facilities. If you get a tickets, there are storage facilities for items that cannot be brought into the grounds. The stewards are very helpful, and will tell you the correct procedure for queuing. Please not that there is no queuing for the show courts after the completion of the quarter-finals.

At the other end of the scale, if you buy a hospitality package from a reputable company, you will receive a Debenture ticket and also have a comfortable base for the day with excellent food and drink included.

If you are coming by public transport, mainline trains run frequently from London Waterloo to Wimbledon station, from where a shuttle bus operates or you can share a taxi (both for only a couple of pounds or so) - the journey is only about ten minutes.

You can also use London Underground; take a District Line (the green one) tube to Southfields and walk, or you might prefer to go one stop further to Wimbledon Park, and walk through the park down to Church Road.

There is no dress code for spectators at Wimbledon, and it's usually a good idea to dress for a warm day but also to bring something waterproof just in case. If you are fortunate enough to be a hospitality guest, dress should be smart casual, and jeans would be inappropriate.

During the first week of the Championships, play is scheduled to commence at 11.30 on the outside courts and at 13.00 on Centre and No.1 Courts. Starting from the middle Saturday, some of the outside courts also host the Juniors from 11.00. The Ladies' and Men's Finals start at 14.00 on Centre Court on the last Saturday and Sunday respectively. It is however advisable to check on the schedule of play the night before coming to Wimbledon, in case any changes have had to be made. This can be done on the official website for the Championships.

If you need to exit and return to the All England Club during the day you must obtain a pass-out wristband. To re-enter the grounds you will require your ticket and the appropriate wristband. Pass-out wristbands are available at most gates, although at some gates a hand-stamp may be used instead.

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Wimbledon Center Court Seating Plan

Centre Court Seating Plan - Green denotes Debenture Seats

Wimbledon finalClick to go to the Wimbledon tennis album in our photo gallery.

 

Horse Racing

Horse Racing Hospitality Packages

We at Templeton understand just how important it is to our customers that their guests enjoy the event.

The horse racing pages on this site list our typical racing package which we provide at most racecourses throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Above are some of the major race meetings at which Templeton provide hospitality facilities.

We offer our clients consistency from one event to the next in terms of both level of service and personnel, and at least one director of the company is present at every event to ensure that our high standards are maintained.

If you are interested in horse racing in the United Kingdom or Ireland, please use the contact us form to request information stating your preferred location and time of year.

Royal Ascot Hospitality Packages

Please click to go to the horse racing album in our photo gallery.

Templeton Serious About Fun

Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup will run from Friday 18th September to Saturday 31st October 2015

The Rugby World Cup was first held in 1987, in Australia and New Zealand, and ever since New Zealand won the first tournament it has continued to determine the pecking order in world rugby.

In 1991 when the RWC was first staged in the northern hemisphere, England reached the final at Twickenham, only to lose to Australia. Despite this defeat, the interest generated by the competition helped to raise the profile of rugby in Great Britain and Ireland, and ultimately ushered in the professional era.

The 1995 RWC in post-apartheid South Africa also helped destroy the image of rugby as being a white man's game there, with Nelson Mandela wearing the Springbok jersey, and again wearing a Springbok cap as he presented the trophy to Francois Pienaar upon South Africa's victory over the All Blacks after extra time.

The first RWC of the professional era in 1999 saw one of the first major upsets, as Ireland were beaten by Argentina, heralding the arrival of the Latin Americans on the world stage. France famously beat New Zealand to reach the final, but had nothing left in the tank and were beaten by Australia, who became the first nation to win the RWC twice.

Australia almost also became the first RWC winners to retain the cup in 2003, but lost on home soil to England, who became the first, and so far the only, nation from the northern hemisphere to win the trophy.

In 2007, against all expectation England again made it through to the final, where they faced a South African team who had convincingly beaten them in the earlier group stage. The contest was a lot closer this time, with England showing the same bloody-minded determination that had got them to the final, but South Africa were the better side, and won their second RWC.

In RWC 2011, New Zealand were probably the hottest ever favourites to win the cup, and they duly obliged by beating France in the final, to join Australia and South Africa as two time winners.

So what will happen in 2015 when the Rugby World Cup comes to England? Will one of the southern hemisphere giants become the first to win it three times? Will England win on home soil to join them on two victories apiece? Or will another of the northern hemisphere nations reach the pinnacle of world rugby?

It's all to play for.

Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D
Australia South Africa New Zealand France
England Samoa Argentina Ireland
Wales Scotland Tonga Italy
Oceania 1 Asia 1 Europe 1 Americas 1
Playoff Winner Americas 2 Africa 1 Europe 2

 

FULL LIST OF PROVISIONAL RUGBY WORLD VENUES

  • Villa Park, Birmingham
  • Brighton Community Stadium, Brighton
  • Ashton Gate, Bristol
  • Millennium Stadium, Cardiff
  • Coventry Stadium, Coventry
  • Pride Park, Derby
  • Kingsholm, Gloucester
  • Elland Road, Leeds
  • Leicester City Stadium, Leicester
  • Olympic Stadium, London
  • Twickenham Stadium, London
  • Wembley Stadium, London
  • Old Trafford, Manchester
  • Stadiummk, Milton Keynes
  • St James’ Park, Newcastle
  • St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton
  • Stadium of Light, Sunderland

Rugby World Cup 2015 Presention

Six Nations Rugby

About Our Rugby Union Hospitality Packages

Templeton can offer you superb hospitality at all rugby stadia. 

We have a wide variety of packages to suit every budget, usually a choice of boxes, suites or marquees, and you can rest assured that all tickets will be officially issued and in blocks together.

Please contact us for further information.

Martin Johnson Best Six Nations

Click to go to the rugby union album in our photo gallery.

 

Templeton Events attention to detail and high staff to guest ratio make us unique. Below are the reasons why our customers use Templeton:

 

Hospitality Packages

We offer events all over the United Kingdom from London to Manchester to Dublin and Glasgow. Some of our established clients are available to speak to you about our corporate hospitality and entertainment services. We would urge all new clients to take advantage of this.

 

Host and Site Staff

You and your guests will be looked after by our host. They only work for Templeton Events, and are there to make sure that our clients and their guests enjoy the event. Our host will serve drinks to your table and offer drinks before you have to ask.

 

Guest Celebrities

We often have celebrities talk to our guests about the event. They can still be in the sport or retired. There international sports stars including rugby players, golf, cricket and tennis champions.

 

Bar

Guests don't pay for anything from the moment they arrive to when they leave. A full range of drinks is available throughout the day on a complimentary basis. We will give you plenty of notice when the bar is closing and we are more flexible than other event companies when it comes to opening and closing times.

 

High Event Standard

At Templeton we understand just how important an event is to our clients and their guests. We offer our clients consistency from one event to the next in both the level of service and personnel. At least one director from Templeton is present at every event to ensure our high standards are maintained.

 

For detailed information on entertaining at London Theatre with Fine Dining & Boutique 5 Star Overnight StayRugby Union Internationals, International Cricket, Royal Ascot, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis, Grand Prix and the Open Golf Championship please visit our calendar of events.

 

 

Justin Kelly and Robin Mays started working together in 1992 are the team behind Templeton. They are highly experienced event organisers with 25 years in bespoke event management. 

Justin Kelly

Justin Kelly was born in Ireland and studied mechanical engineering and automotive electronics at ANCO College and Regional College in Waterford City. He worked in his father's automotive and agricultural supply company. In 1987 Justin moved to London and trained as a manager at Wilding Office Equipment Company where he worked in a number of different departments including London retail sales and very quickly became one of the top London salesmen. In 1992 Justin met Robin at a hospitality company where they were both managing their own sales teams. They were dissatisfied with the quality of service on offer in their industry and decided to start Templeton Events in 1994.

Justin has a love of cars, cycling, philosophy, theatre and cultural events in London and he's a keen archer. Good food and service is something he has enjoyed all his life and it's fundamental to the Templeton culture and his personal life, that his customers eat well and are looked after properly.

Robin Mays

Robin Mays was born and raised in London, and attended university in London and then in Leicester. He was a supply teacher in inner London for two years before working in financial services for a further six. Having decided that this was far too exciting, he spent a season as a ski resort rep running five chalets in La Plagne, before returning to London where he met Justin.

As a younger adult Robin played rugby, hockey, tennis and cricket, and now plays electric guitar in an unpopular beat combo, along with his wife is an advanced scuba diver, and has taken up beekeeping. He speaks passable Russian, and enjoys travelling, and meeting and learning from people of different cultures.

 

Some of our clients also wanted 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.

On this page you will find examples of bespoke events, including team-building events in Madrid, Verona, Florence and Cascais, and a London reward event.

 

London Team Events

 

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United Kindom & Ireland Team Events

 

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International Team Events

 

Madrid Coference Florence Conference rijoja conference

Verona Conference Cascais Lisbon Templeton

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.

 

Team Building

The Shard, London