Here is just a small selection of some of the heritage clients that the team at E+M+C have worked on in the past. If you would like more details on any of them, simply contact us.

Wentworth Woodhouse

Wentworth Woodhouse is a Grade I listed stately home in South Yorkshire, with the longest façade of any English country house in. It stands in 87 acres of gardens and grounds with extensive views over parkland, including a deer park & lakes, which are vested in the Fitzwilliam Wentworth Amenity Trust.

Wentworth Woodhouse was built for the 1st Marquess of Rockingham from c.1735 over four decades, and then passed to the Fitzwilliam family. During WW II, the mansion was used by Military Intelligence. After 1945, open cast coal mining in the garden and park made it impossible for the family to return.

In 2017  the property was purchased by Wentworth Woodhouse Preservation Trust. In 2018 E+M+C was commissioned to write an events strategy for TheMansion, The Gardens and Riding School.

Cossington Park

Cossington Park is an elegant period English home and Luxury holiday cottage in the beautiful Somerset countryside. Owned by one family for 400 years, this historic house and luxury holiday cottage has antique furniture, family paintings and real log fires and is set in 22 acres of wonderful gardens and grounds.

Guests who are interested in the history of Cossington Park will enjoy the traces and clues that can be found throughout the house, in the pictures, family portraits, furniture, artefacts, the collection of 5,000 books dating back to the 17th Century and the many photograph albums and family papers.

Following a strategic business review, Eddie Hoare was appointed as Chief Executive and managed the day to day affairs for the landlord who was resident overseas.

Holdenby House

Holdenby House is an extraordinary venue for events. Situated in Northamptonshire, Holdenby House and Estate is an ideal location for hosting an event that will attract guests from all over the country. The venue is 10 minutes from Junction 16 of the M1, and is easily accessible from all points of the compass.

The House boasts the most remarkable history. Holdenby Palace was once the largest house in England and Charles 1 was imprisoned here at the end of the Civil War. Still a family home, it is also an active wedding and educational venue and the grounds, gardens and House are perfect for special events.

Holdenby expanded its events team with the addition of E+M+C’s Guy Roger & Sarah Coombes, who worked with the venue and its corporate partners to extend its portfolio of events.

Mews of Mayfair

Tucked away in a historic cobbled courtyard in the heart of Mayfair, the beautiful four floors of Mews’ bar and restaurant are as smart and stylish as their location, offering immense versatility as an events venue.

From the stunning splendour of the Map Room to the dazzling opulence of the cocktail and lounge bars to the privacy of the Wine Cellar, Mews of Mayfair offers supreme service and culinary innovation at the highest standard.

Mews of Mayfair enlisted Guy Rodger’s assistance to grow their private dining business and over a 2-year period Guy was able to implement an events marketing plan, which significantly increased the number of private events delivered at the venue.

Bywell Hall

Home to the Beaumont family since 1810, the Palladian building sits by the River Tyne at Bywell, Northumberland. The privately-owned 18th c. country house is a Grade II* listed building set in extensive parkland.

The estate was sold to Thomas W Beaumont for £145,000 early in the 19th century, who improved the house, with the assistance of architect John Dobson in 1827. Bywell Hall is now home to Wentworth Beaumont, 4th Viscount Allendale.

E+M+C was appointed by Fisher German to produce a feasibility study for Allendale Estates on the use of Bywell Hall for Events. Eddie Hoare and Simon Cope produced an audit of the facilities and recommendations for the commercial development of the House.

Postal Museum

For 75 years from 1927 the Post Office operated its own underground railway in central London, called MailRail. Serving 9 stations from Paddington to Whitechapel, MailRail carried millions of letters and parcels every year but rising costs forced its closure in 2003. In 2017 it reopened as the Postal Museum.

The ride through the hidden tunnels enables visitors to discover a unique piece of industrial heritage. They can then go on to explore the venue’s inspiring exhibitions which are packed with incredible objects, exciting stories and fun-filled interactive displays, including Voices from the Deep.

E+M+C evaluated the opportunities for corporate and private events at the site and provided an outline business plan and were retained to assist with the events marketing plan.


In November 2013 EMC was asked by Concerto Group to assist with a report, focusing on event management, into the feasibility of the use of the former Olympic Media Centre within the iCity estate on the QE Olympic Park for events. The report looked at the potential for Meetings, Conferences and Exhibitions.

At the time of the report the venue was marketed as iCity, a TechHub for new creative industries but a rebrand had been commissioned and the current HereEast brand was launched some months later. We also reviewed the competitive landscape, the physical infrastructure and the business operating models.

E+M+C were retained by HereEast to advise on the requirements of the events industry for the proposed space and to assist the architects in developing them.