Networking is a part of most business leaders lives, even if it is the ad hoc social event. But Kehorne recently attended a networking event at Danesfield House just outside Marlow over looking the river Thames. Now a 4 star hotel this gorgeous Grade II listed building dates from 1901 and is built in a Italian Renaissance-style.
During the second World War the house was requisitioned by the Air Ministry for the RAF to set up a Joint Service Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) Unit and was known as RAF Medmenham – here they invented three dimensional imaging and were instrumental in bring the war to an earlier conclusion than might have otherwise have occurred.
The Ball Room is just amazing – fortunately the networking event was down in the old wine cellar – which is just as impressive but on a different scale. Every time I visit this lovely hotel I see something else, it is just worth wandering about for a while to take it all in, just don’t tell my boss as he was expecting me to be working!