Charlton House has retained the contract to provide full catering and hospitality services to the National Assembly for Wales for the third consecutive term.
The five-year deal, worth in excess of £3m, will see Charlton House cater for Assembly members, support staff and the visiting general public across the National Assembly for Wales estate in Cardiff Bay.
The firm will also continue to provide a service throughout the restaurant, shop, public café, members' tea rooms and events at the Senedd, as well as the Pierhead visitor, events and conference venue.
Paul Honey, managing director at Charlton House, said: "We're thrilled to be the chosen catering partner for the National Assembly for Wales for the third consecutive five-year term.
"This is real testament to the team's relationship with the client and its expertise and commitment to understand and mirror its culture and values within the catering and hospitality offer.
"For 10 years, we've delivered innovative and quality food and service across the Assembly estate and we look forward to building on this and bringing even more exciting and appealing initiatives to the heart of Welsh democracy."
Charlton House, which is CH&Co's workplace dining business, retained the contract with the National Assembly for Wales following a competitive tender process.
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