In Pictures: London City Selection's Sherlock Holmes weekend

London City Selection (LCS) hosted a group of more than 30 event agents on a Sherlock Holmes inspired fam trip this weekend (4-5 March).

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The Curious Incident of London City Selection saw agents from Vista, Inntel and Venue Search London take part in a series of challenges at member venues across London.

Organised by LCS’s official partners, Right Angle Events, the agents took part in investigative activities, in keeping with the theme.

The weekend began with an evening reception at One Moorgate Place, where agents were welcomed, assigned team leaders and given clues, before being transported by LCS’s Routemaster bus for the first of a two night stay at member hotels. This was followed by breakfast at Sadler’s Wells and a series of challenges to solve the Curious Incident of London City Selection. A lunch stop was provided at the Barbican and the day concluded with a drinks reception and gala dinner at The HAC, where winning teams were announced. 

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