Cooks & Partners wins Hamilton House contract

02 March 2017 by
Cooks & Partners wins Hamilton House contract

Eventcatering company Cooks & Partners has been appointed sole caterer to Hamilton House's events and food retail business.

The £400,000, three-year contract covers the food retail and entire events business for the London King's Cross venue, which is owned by the National Union of Teachers.

Cooks & Partners specialises in tailored and high-end bespoke events and commercial event partnerships with London venues, including the View from the Shard, the Museum of London and the William Morris Gallery. Commercial partnerships include the Café in Holland Park and the Resource for London Conference Centre.

Director Simon Goggin said: "We are thrilled to enter into this partnership to enhance the food offering to the delegates and union staff alike at Hamilton House. It's another step forward for our business in what is already proving to be an exciting year."

Karen Hadley, principal officer at Hamilton House, added: "We choose to work with Cooks & Partners because we recognise their passion for food and healthy eating. We are excited to be working with Simon and his team."

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