Despite the economic back drop, a Birmingham catering company with almost a quarter of a century’s years experience is very confident for this year’s Christmas season – and they are on course to welcome over 10,000 revellers!
Redcliffe Catering based in Birmingham operates prestige venues such as the Botanical Gardens and its Centennial Conference Centre. It also provides catering at well known landmarks such as Birmingham Town Hall and Cadbury World. Redcliffe’s contract catering division has over 40 contracts in the Midlands.
CEO Clive Stone said, “Christmas is really important to us, and we are really pleased that underpinned by our quality, service standards and reputation for giving incredible value for money. We are ahead or our own forecasts, even though it is only August.
Clearly everyone is watching their budgets carefully however and we have consciously set out to provide fabulous entertainment and value, with a host of themed evenings that offer a wide range of entertainment at prices that start at under £20 for 1980’s themed nights and less than £40 at the top end for our ‘Christmas Cracker’.”
In order to give our clients an enhanced experience, Redcliffe have developed partnerships with G Casino, Itihaas as well as The Mint Hotel who are providing discounted overnight accommodation.
Redcliffe’s has two of Birmingham’s most prestigious venues which can each cater for up to 500 guests. Redcliffe will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2012 and further news is expected shortly on a major investment programme at its Botanical Gardens.
For more information, go to www.redcliffexmas.com.
Issued by: Ray Woods of interactive wardlovett on behalf of Redcliffe Catering,
Contacts: Ray Woods 07967 686230 or 01543 501111.
Jason Pritchett Redcliffe Catering 0121 456 4545
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