Cambridge Christmas parties

Cambridge Christmas Parties | The Reindeer Diaries

When you think of Cambridge you immediately think of meticulously manicured lawns, cosy quadrangles and historic University buildings, not to mention punting boats down the River Cam whilst students study and sip drinks on the banks. We’ve been particularly fond of Cambridge Christmas parties over the years, as well as these beautifully wistful qualities one frequently attributes to the town. Indeed, a few of us here in the office made a trip up for a Christmas party in Cambridge several years ago. We ended up spending the night, enjoying the delights of the town the next day and then decided it would only be right to attend a second Christmas party that evening. True story!

A number of this year’s Cambridge Christmas parties have been named in tribute to three of Santa Claus’ most trusted companions, his reindeers Rudolph, Dasher and Comet. These shared Christmas parties will be held in a beautiful venue right alongside the river, between Queens College and the Fitzwilliam Museum. The leader of the pack is undeniably Rudolph, whose Christmas party package includes a four course dinner, coffee and Petit Fours and a late night disco. The Comet package offers up a three course seated dinner and disco, whereas the Dasher offering is ideal for smaller groups on a budget, coming in at under £20 per head.

The very same venue will also play host to a series of superb Christmas party lunches, the ideal event for groups that can’t organise an evening to get together on. Just picture it now: a couple of hours in the office followed by you all heading down to the venue in convoy and sitting down together for a wonderful Christmas party lunch. What could be better than that? The party will be all wrapped up by the evening, meaning you can spend the night with loved ones without arriving home at 2am in the morning. Perfect!

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In her spare time she enjoys reading, visiting restaurants with tasting menus, and running along the seafront.

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