This is the home of Forever Living Products UK, and we are very proud that this is our Head Office. I am sure you will agree as you explore the many beautiful rooms and the gardens, that this is an impressive statement of the success of the Forever brand.

This is the home of Forever Living Products UK, and we are very proud that this is our Head Office. I am sure you will agree as you explore the many beautiful rooms and the gardens, that this is an impressive statement of the success of the Forever brand.

As you enter the Manor the entrance hall (reception) still displays the original black and cream 18th century tiled floor.

Always a open door policy at our head office, and As you enter the Manor the entrance hall (reception) still displays the original black and cream century tiled floor.

One of the most pleasant and interesting of the smaller country houses of Warwickshire. Longbridge Manor has been the head office of Forever Living Products UK since 1994. With five busy departments and over 40 members of staff, Longbridge Manor serves as an excellent Head Office, with a great team of staff.

One of the most pleasant and interesting of the smaller country houses of Warwickshire. Longbridge Manor has been the head office of Forever Living Products UK since 1994. With five busy departments and over 40 members of staff, Longbridge Manor serves as an excellent Head Office, with a great team of staff.

The large Training Room was originally the music room (hence the curved ceiling and the minstrel’s gallery) and was added in 1938.

The large Training Room was originally the music room (hence the curved ceiling and the minstrel’s gallery) and was added in

There has been a building on this site for several hundred years and we are very proud to be part of this great house’s history, and look forward to being able to enjoy its beauty for many years to come.

Longbridge Manor - this place is the best for team meetings

In estate details the fireplaces in the two rooms adjacent to Reception (currently the Boardroom and the Distributor Room) were carved by the most famous English woodcarver of all time, Grinling Gibbons (1648-1720). Certainly the period would match and the typically ornate cascade of fruit, leaves and flowers is very much in Gibbons’ style.

In estate details the fireplaces in the two rooms adjacent to Reception (currently the Boardroom and the Distributor Room) were carved by the most famous English woodcarver of all time, Grinling Gibbons (1648-1720). Certainly the period would match and the typically ornate cascade of fruit, leaves and flowers is very much in Gibbons’ style.

Hopefully on the day of your visit the sun is shining, in which case be sure to take a moment to enjoy the gardens and spot some of the wildlife that we see each day.

Hopefully on the day of your visit the sun is shining, in which case be sure to take a moment to enjoy the gardens and spot some of the wildlife that we see each day.

Our success is attributed to the millions of Distributors and Customers who enjoy our products each day. Our business model enables individuals an opportunity to be in business for themselves, an opportunity for them to become entrepreneurs, and to run their own business under our umbrella.

Our success is attributed to the millions of Distributors and Customers who enjoy our products each day. Our business model enables individuals an opportunity to be in business for themselves, an opportunity for them to become entrepreneurs, and to run their own business under our umbrella.

For over 30 years we have been a world leader in our field, and Longbridge Manor forms just part of what is a very impressive asset base, with many beautiful buildings spanning the globe.

For over 30 years we have been a world leader in our field, and Longbridge Manor forms just part of what is a very impressive asset base, with many beautiful buildings spanning the globe.

There is a story that the oak timbers in the Tudor Wing may originate from Henry VIII’s fleet of ships. When a ship became redundant it was often broken up and the seasoned oak used in houses.  There are a number of reports that the Manor has its very own ghost. A young girl, who appears to be about 11 years old, is said to sit on a window sill in the Tudor Wing.

There is a story that the oak timbers in the Tudor Wing may originate from Henry VIII’s fleet of ships. When a ship became redundant it was often broken up and the seasoned oak used in houses. There are a number of reports that the Manor has its very own ghost. A young girl, who appears to be about 11 years old, is said to sit on a window sill in the Tudor Wing.

One of the most pleasant and interesting of the smaller country houses of Warwickshire.

One of the most pleasant and interesting of the smaller country houses of Warwickshire.

auction sale particulars, in which the Manor was described as: “The Charming Queen Anne, medium sized, country residence. One of the most pleasant and interesting of the smaller country houses of Warwickshire, abounding in character and modernised to provide a compact unit of accommodation.”

auction sale particulars, in which the Manor was described as: “The Charming Queen Anne, medium sized, country residence. One of the most pleasant and interesting of the smaller country houses of Warwickshire, abounding in character and modernised to provide a compact unit of accommodation.”

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