Café concession tender: Ferry Meadows Café, Nene Park, Peterborough

10 October 2012 by
Café concession tender: Ferry Meadows Café, Nene Park, Peterborough

Nene Park, a 1725 acre country park stretching 6 miles along the Nene Valley, is widely heralded as one of the jewels in Peterborough's crown. As part of Nene Park Trust's 10 year strategic plan, the Ferry Meadows café was substantially refurbished in late 2010. The well equipped café, located close to the Visitor Centre, comprises 90m2 of café seating space, 63m2 of kitchen and storage space and an external seating area of 200m2.

The Trust wishes to appoint an experienced catering operator to further develop the café and fully realise the potential the location offers. It is envisaged that the café will provide a range of homemade or locally sourced light meals and snacks.

The five year lease, commencing 1st March 2013, will be offered to the individual or company demonstrating the best overall business plan for developing the café.

For an information pack and a pre-qualification questionnaire, contact Fiona Boyd-Thorpe at Boyd-Thorpe Associates on 01419 411735 or by email at

The completed pre-qualification questionnaire must be returned to the above address no later than 5.00pm on Thursday 25th October 2012.

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