Award-winning catering provider, Seasoned, has announced that it has earned a place on the preferred suppliers list for all English Heritage sites across London.
This new listing covers some of the capital’s most iconic houses and gardens – including Kenwood House, Wellington Arch, Eltham Palace, Ranger’s House and Jewel Tower – as well as Wrest Park in Bedfordshire.
Olivia Pratt, hospitality events manager (London and East) for English Heritage, said: “We are thrilled to have appointed Seasoned as a new catering supplier across all of our English Heritage venues in London and East. They have an excellent reputation for creativity and innovation in food and an efficient, friendly service team. We can’t wait for our corporate and wedding clients to start working with them.”
Debbie Poulton, sales and events manager at Seasoned, added: “We are really excited to gain a listing in such momentous spaces. From the breath-taking Kenwood House with its stunning world-class art collection to the Georgian elegance of Ranger’s House, not only are they beautiful backdrops for events, but it’s such an honour to be a part of something that many of these venues have been doing for hundreds of years; dining, feasts and banquets. “
English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites – from world-famous prehistoric sites to grand medieval castles, from Roman forts on the edges of the empire to a Cold War bunker. Through these, they bring the story of England to life for over 10 million people each year.
Seasoned is part of Crown Partnership. Earlier this year Seasoned announced an 18-month extension as an approved supplier for the V&A Museum. It also secured a place on the preferred caterers list at Two Temple Place, one of London’s hidden architectural gems and the stunning portfolio of Royal Museums Greenwich, which is a collective name for National Maritime Museum, Queens House, Royal Observatory, Peter Harrison Planetarium and the Cutty Sark.