Seasoned remains preferred supplier at Royal Museums Greenwich

25 April 2017 by
Seasoned remains preferred supplier at Royal Museums Greenwich

London event caterer Seasoned has maintained its preferred supplier status on the Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG) list.

The caterer has seen its two-year contract as preferred supplier, initially won in 2015 via a formal tender submission, extended by RMG for a further year.

The listing sees Seasoned join 10 other companies to provide corporate and private event catering at the RMG's four venues, comprising the Cutty Sark (pictured), the Queen's House art gallery, the Royal Observatory, and the National Maritime Museum.

The venues, which all offer evening hire, are used for dinners, weddings, charity events, Christmas parties and exhibitions.

Seasoned also has preferred supplier agreements with London venues including the Museum of London, the V&A Museum, the Foundling Museum, and the O2's indoor venues Building Six and Piazza.

Colin Sayers, managing partner of Seasoned, said: "It's an enormous achievement to be listed as an approved supplier for yet another year at these four iconic London attractions."

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