Leyton Great Hall and The Chamber will be your perfect fright night, as the ghosts, ghouls and living dead come out to play.
The Candlelight Club will be hosting it’s annual Halloween party with us on 28th October and it’s bound to be a sell-out so make sure that you book early with them to ensure a frighteningly good evening instead of a cryptic night in chilling solitude. Continue reading
Q: Sandro Migliarini – you obviously have a great love for Genoa and the Italian Riviera. Were you born in Genoa?
Sandro: No but I came to Genoa when I was very little and lived there for 20 years. I grew up there. Continue reading
Leyton Great Hall and The Chamber hosted the Candlelight Club Summer Ball, 2017 – an Art Deco extravaganza in most appropriate surroundings and, as is usual with the Candlelight Club, a complete sell-out.
Guests all arrived in period costume and were treated to gastronomic magnificence and an evening of first-class entertainment. The evening was planned to the last detail and executed to perfection and we look forward to hosting their Halloween Ball. Continue reading
On the 13th July 2017 LVE Charitable Foundation was happy to host a brilliant Met Police event at The Great Hall Leyton called Choices and Consequences.
Up to 128, 10 and 11 year olds took part in the final quiz-style competition, held at the Leyton Great Hall, which was provided at no cost by the Foundation. Continue reading
LVE Foundation was delighted to host a Dragons’ Den style student film event on Wednesday 14th June. Featuring contributions from Waltham Forest College, Leyton Sixth Form College, Sir George Monoux College and Big Creative Education, students were asked to create a short film focusing on issues they felt were important to young people in their community.
The hard-hitting films and presentations covered topics such as sexual harassment on public transport, road safety, cyber bullying and knife crime. The quality of the films and the range of topics covered impressed everyone at the well-attended event. Each team showed a distinctive style and approach to their chosen subjects and provided a varied program for the audience. Continue reading
A touch of glamour was brought to Leyton Great Hall on the 29th April when LVE Charitable Foundation hosted a Spring Wedding Fayre. Thanks to the lovely Sharon Gordon and Chantelle Brookner from Hamper Queens, the space was packed with stalls catering to everything you could possibly need to plan a wedding.
Visitors could browse stalls offering wedding dresses, cakes, travel packages and beauty products while enjoying complimentary champagne and strawberries and traditional Caribbean foods. Continue reading
LVE Charitable Foundation joined forces with Peabody (one of London’s oldest and largest housing providers) to bring together the cream of London’s most employee-friendly companies for our job fair, which ran on Tuesday 25th April.
Over 30 companies provided visitors with advice and information about a wide range of exciting career paths. Career options available included the Metropolitan Police Service, beauty and fashion, health care and construction. There were also several companies happy to discuss apprenticeship programs for younger people. Continue reading
The Great Hall, Leyton
Once again, LVE Charitable Foundation hosted an International Women’s Day Event in The Great Hall at the Legacy Business Centre in Leyton.
The event took place on Saturday, 11th March, 2017 and was very well attended.
The organizer was Waltham Forest Women’s Network led by Karen Flint. Continue reading
On Tuesday, 7th March, 2017, we were honoured to host a dinner on behalf of the Mayor of Waltham Forest, Cllr. Peter Herrington, raising funds for the Mayor’s Charity.
The function was held in The Chamber of the Legacy Business Centre and was extremely well attended. Continue reading