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Fosters Event Catering wins £3m Cheltenham deal

30 July 2008 by

Event and concession caterer Fosters Event Catering has won a three-year contract worth £3m to provide services at the town hall and Pitville Pump Rooms in Cheltenham.

Fosters will provide public catering and run several bars at the various concerts that take place at the hall, as well as catering for corporate events and weddings at the venue.

The Bristol-based company will also provide function catering at Cheltenham's pump rooms.

Fosters, which runs the Jacks Brasserie in Bristol, is sole caterer at sites including Gloucestershire County Cricket Club and Bath Rugby.

Neil Lodge, chief executive of Fosters, said: "We are obviously delighted to have the Cheltenham contract as we believe our standards and style are a perfect match to the high standards embodied by these venues."

The company, which employs 100 full-time staff and 500 casuals, plans to double its annual turnover of £6m over the next three years.

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