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Horseradish named preferred supplier at Chester Cathedral

09 April 2014 by
Horseradish named preferred supplier at Chester Cathedral

Event caterer Horseradish has been named a preferred supplier at Chester Cathedral.

The caterer will be able to deliver formal dining for up to 500 people in a space called the Nave, which is the first time this opportunity has been made available.

Other spaces available for events at the Grade I listed building include the Refectory, the Cloister Room, the Chapter House and the Vestibule.

Kate Dawson, head of sales at Horseradish said: "Chester Cathedral provides event organisers with a wide variety of spaces for a range of events.

"But we are delighted to be the first caterer to offer formal dining in the Cathedral's Knave."

Vice dean, Canon Peter Howell-Jones also commented: "We have ambitious plans for events and hospitality at the cathedral and are excited about beginning to put them into action.

"The cathedral is a truly beautiful building in the heart of the city and provides a perfect setting for all kinds of events. We are very pleased to be able to work with Horseradish as one of our preferred caterers. They are just the kind of people we like to do business with - professional, dynamic and innovative."

Horseradish emerged as a new player on the event catering scene earlier this year, with venues including Chester Racecourse, Chester Town Hall, Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse and Llangollen International Pavilion.

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