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About the venue
Lying in the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside in England stands Thornbury Hall.
A delightful Georgian Grade II listed building with Tudor origins. The house was restored from near ruin in 1990 by Mohammed and Parveen Siddique, and converted into what is now recognised as one of the finest restaurants specialising in Pakistani cuisine. The elegance of the house lends itself perfectly to the exotic eastern decor; historic artifacts, sparkling crystal chandeliers, and pictures of the ancient Mogul Empire. Thornbury Hall is set in the middle of the tranquil Staffordshire countryside, within easy reach of Alton Towers (3 miles), The Potteries and the Peak National Park.
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