Seven-figure catering contract win for Bovingdons

23 May 2022 by
Seven-figure catering contract win for Bovingdons

Bovingdons has announced its has secured a catering contract, valued in the region of £1m, with London's Postal Museum.

The 30-year-old catering company, which is based in the south east, will provide food and drink for the museum's café and events.

The Postal Museum is supported by Royal Mail and Post Office Limited. Bovingdons already has partnerships with seven cafés and restaurants, which include the Little Ship Club, Museum of London Docklands and Nonsuch Mansion.

Tish Jayanetti, head of operations and commercial at the Postal Museum, said: "We are thrilled to have Bovingdons on board to support the delivery of catering in the museum's café and exclusively for events across the two unique and spectacular venues.

"Bovingdons were chosen for their experience of working with historical venues, their incredibly high standard of service and expert team as well as their sustainable credentials".

Jay Burgesson-Carter, director at Bovingdons, added: "We are delighted to be working with the Postal Museum. There are very few award-winning museums in central London that can offer the variety and scope of spaces that the museum can and we're incredibly excited at the prospect of delivering many events here.

"Our team have demonstrable experience working with versatile and historic venues, and it's fantastic to add such a unique and diverse location as the Postal Museum to our portfolio".

In September 2021, Bovingdons announced its catering partnership with London's Dulwich Picture Gallery.

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