Hertfordshire Catering revamps John Warner School's cafe

27 October 2010 by
Hertfordshire Catering revamps John Warner School's cafe

Hertfordshire Catering has worked with a county secondary school to revamp its sixth form café.

Rob Rees, chair of the School Food Trust officially opened the facility, now known as Café JWS, at the John Warner School in Hoddesdon.

Lin O'Brien, head of Hertfordshire Catering, said: "This has been an exciting collaboration and we are delighted with the transformation. The new café has an improved range of food on offer and means that the 270 sixth form students have a wide variety of nutritious, hot and cold dishes from a varied and appetising menu, readily available without having to queue and without leaving the school premises.

"Everyone has worked very hard to produce this superb new facility and I know the students are very appreciative."

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By Janie Stamford

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