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Planning your Christmas party? The Cycle Hub is a hidden gem…

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An event space that you can make your own with the backdrop of the Newcastle Quayside, here’s why you should book your Christmas party here.

Yes, we know it feels too early to be thinking about Christmas…

But with festive bookings already filling up fast, it’s better to be prepared – especially if you really want to sleigh your annual Christmas party this year.

One way to level up your Crimbo celebrations is to host them in a unique venue that your guests haven’t been to before, somewhere like… The Cycle Hub.

Where the Ouseburn meets the River Tyne, you’ll find The Cycle Hub which is more than just a delicious cake and a quirky coffee venue – it has become a secret space to celebrate special occasions.

But one thing that stands out to us is that iconic setting. With panoramic views of the city, where you can watch the sunset over Newcastle Quayside, eat, drink and be merry at The Cycle Hub the perfect way to get into the festive spirit away from those busy crowds.

HLN TOP TIP: The Cycle Hub is kindly offering our readers £100 off exclusive hire  (normally £250 from 5pm – 12pm) until the end of February by quoting ‘HLN100’ upon booking.

MAKE YOUR EVENT YOUR OWN

Unlike many other venues in Newcastle, The Cycle Hub gives you the freedom to create an event that’s unique to you. Whether you want to add a pop-up marquee from Covered Events with magical festive fairy lights to increase the capacity to 150 guests for your annual work night out, or fancy decorate the whole venue with white, red and green balloons and tinsel for an intimate gathering for just 30 of your nearest and dearest, the options are endless.

SERVE YOUR FAVOURITE FOOD 

When looking at different venues to host your Christmas party often those set festive menus really aren’t up to scratch. But at The Cycle Hub, you’re able to hire your favourite catering and street food van without any extra cost – think Yorkshire pudding wraps.

And there’s no need to worry about drinks either, as The Cycle Hub has a fully stocked licenced bar with plenty of locally sourced beers, spirits and wine, including specialities from The Newcastle Gin Co., Allendale Brewery, Wylam Brewery and Anarchy Brew Co. to get the party started. Even if you fancy your favourite festive tipple, like mulled wine, that isn’t on the menu, the Hub team can order it, especially for your festivities.

HLN TOP TIP: If you’re after some recommendations of food vendors, the lovely Jill is on hand to help at [email protected]

EXCLUSIVELY YOURS

We all know what it’s like going out at Christmas, with restaurants and bars filled to the brim, the feeling like you are being rushed to cater for the next customers and sitting at tables elbow to elbow with strangers – it can all feel a bit overwhelming. But this isn’t the case with a Christmas party at The Cycle Hub. Here you have full exclusive hire of the space just for you and your guests – giving you a chance to relax and really let your hair down.

SUPPORTING LOCAL 

Booking your event here means you’re supporting a local business. What we love about The Cycle Hub is that they shop locally wherever possible. We’re talking about an amazing selection of indulgent cakes from long-time HLN friends Cake Stories and Middle Eastern-style catering from Yasmin at Layla’s Kitchen.

INCLUSIVE SPACE 

The Cycle Hub isn’t just for cyclists, it’s an inclusive, safe haven for everyone. By booking an event at The Hub you can help make a real difference, as some of your money goes towards their social enterprise which helps to get more people cycling in our city.

For more information about The Cycle Hub visit their website, follow their Instagram and like their Facebook page. 

THE CYCLE HUB, QUAYSIDE, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE NE6 1BU

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Rachael Nichol
Creative Solutions Manager

After gaining a first in her BA Media and Journalism degree at Northumbria University, Rachael worked at Newcastle’s leading regional newspaper with her stories being picked up in national and global newspapers She spent two very successful years giving a voice to those communities across the North East who otherwise…

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