Hospitality operators wanted to cater at three diverse locations

02 June 2008 by
Hospitality operators wanted to cater at three diverse locations

Caterersearch has a trio of new tenders on offer to tempt caterers and hospitality operators with, from London to Coventry.

In London, the Burgh House Trust is looking for a caterer for the Grade I listed building of the same name, which was built in Queen Anne's reign in 1704 and houses Hampstead museum.

East Cambridgeshire District Council is looking for an operator for the 19th century Maltings, originally built for Harlock Brewery. Today a multi-purpose venue for conferences, banqueting, exhibitions and cinema it attracts 55,000 visitors each year and has a turnover in the region of £900,000 per annum.

Coventry based Learning and Skills Council is looking for a contract caterer for its headquarters.

For these tenders in full and more see the Tenders section of Caterersearch.

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