Aramark announces £1.9m three-year contract with Northbrook College Sussex

12 September 2013 by
Aramark announces £1.9m three-year contract with Northbrook College Sussex

Foodservice firm Aramark has won a £1.9m contract with Northbrook College Sussex.

The three-year contract, which has scope to extend for two years, will replace outgoing Compass Group caterers Chartwells.

Northbrook College has three sites, including the University Centre Worthing, a 14-19 Centre, and a Shoreham Airport campus. Aramark will take over retail and catering at all three, and also plans to design a new restaurant and "grab and go" area for the University Centre.

The Shoreham Airport site, home to aircraft and automotive engineering students, will also offer traditional meals as well as "grab and go".

Aramark plans to create two apprenticeship positions filled by students at Northbrook who will be able to study alongside the role, as well as two "student ambassadors", who will provide on-going feedback from students on the quality of the offer.

With 850 staff and 13,000 full and part-time students, Northbrook College is one of the largest educational establishments in Sussex. It offers many trade and professional courses from pre-university diplomas to university degrees.

One of the UK's largest foodservice companies, Aramark has contracts with many educational providers, including Caldicot School, Monmouthshire, the University of Worcester, and Bicton College Devon, where it is working to produce all its own milk, meat and vegetables on-site.

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