Marquees for your Winter Event 2019

Marquee parties used to be a very “Summer Thing” but with the arrival of our New Aluminium Frame Marquees

Integrally boarded floors and discreet Heating systems, Abinger Marquees are just as comfortable doing Winter Parties in their Marquees. Many Business Concerns and Individuals are now hiring Marquees over the winter period instead of booking expensive indoor Venues with often very restrictive rules and regulations.

Why not just set up a marquee in the Company Car Park or grounds. Nobody's going to tell you when to finish, what Menu, Entertainment or even Theme you require. You're completely in control of your Event.

Once your Blank Canvas of Marquee, carpeted floor and toasty heaters are all in place then it's up to you to add the Vision, whether it be James Bond, Pirates of the Caribbean or Dickensian Christmas. By Party Time your guests won't even realise they're in a Marquee even though there could be a raging storm outside.

Our Marquees are very versatile and we at Abinger Marquees pride ourselves with getting them into spaces other Marquee Companies couldn't reach.. That's why many Pub, Clubs and Restaurants use our Marquees to expand their areas so they can get in more Customers over the Christmas Period.

Kensington Roof Gardens in London and The Kings Head in Guildford are just two Venues who use our Marquees in such a way.

Contact us to arrange free site visit so we can work out any possibilities about winter hire.

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Hi Tony, Once again you have supplied us with a fabulous marquee set up for our Christmas parties. As always everything looked absolutely stunning, the linings, the flooring, the lighting, the décor, simply everything. Please also pass on our thanks to Nick and the rest of the team for their tireless work in setting it all up and taking it all down.

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