Food service tenders

01 October 2010 by
Food service tenders

Uckfield Community Technology College, East Sussex
This is an excellent opportunity to develop services to 1700 (inc.) students from a main outlet, cafe bar, sixth form and staff room. The college has developed an exceptional service standard to its customers and now wishes to partner with a dynamic provider who can invest in the long term infrastructure and improved service targets to include cash-less management and food service initiatives. Turnover is in excess of £250,000. The new contract start will be April 2011.

Coombe Girls School, New Malden, Surrey
The school wishes to evolve its very high standard of food and service and is seeking a dynamic partnership to develop the main outlet service and cafe bar. The new contract will commence September 2011. The School has 1500 students on roll including a mixed 6th form. It has a new cash-less system and its income is in the region of £250,000 per annum including hospitality.

In the first instance please write/email to the undersigned by: 1.00pm on 22nd October 2010, expressing your interest and supplying your contact details. The EU's Acquired Rights Directive and the UK's Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 will apply, in the event of a transfer.

Julian Edwards MIH, FCSI
GY5Ltd 63 Kingscroft Road Banstead Surrey SM7 3NA
Tel: 01737 371 797, Fax: 01737 850 377 primary, secondary, further, higher and lea education food service consultants.

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