Horseradish partners with Tabley House Collection, Cheshire

28 May 2014 by
Horseradish partners with Tabley House Collection, Cheshire

Foodservice company Horseradish is to partner with the Tabley House Collection in Cheshire to work on corporate and consumer client events.

The historic collection is housed in an 18th-century country house within parkland on the outskirts of Knutsford.

Horseradish will manage events such as conferences, drink receptions, product launches and civil wedding ceremonies. The venue has capacity for 100 people, and clients will also have access to a nearby marquee overlooking the lake.

Clare Pye, chairman of the Tabley House Collection Trust, praised Horesradish for its experience of working with historic venues. She said: "We know that their industry experience will help us increase the number of events we have at Tabley House and we look forward to working closely with them."

Angus Wilson, head of catering at Horseradish, said he was very happy to be working with the venue. He added: "This partnership demonstrates our knowledge of the local and regional marketplace as well as our commitment to hosting quality events."

Horseradish also has catering and venue management contracts with a number of racing and historic venues, including Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse, Chester Cathedral, Tatton Park, Llangollen International Pavilion and Chester Town Hall.

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