As our catering business has grown over the past decade and half, so has the amount of high-quality volume catering equipment that we own. We started hiring out our equipment as a side business buying British high quality kit - but now this aspect has grown to keep us almost as busy as our catering work. The Group activities in event hire and catering are now split into different websites which specialise in those particular fields. We hope that is easier to understand and obtain useful information.
You will probably see from our website photos that over past years we have either worked with or supplied most of the TV celebrities in the UK. We continue to support them in both Event Management, catering or equipment hire.
If you need to hire catering equipment for your wedding, party, company function or conference from different hire websites, that's no problem we can collate everything you want onto one single quote efficiently.
Our local British family run call centre of nine permanent Admin and Sales staff are happy to help you in any way with advice on catering, to advice on rigging a 500 guest wedding event with event power or heating.
Business is always brisk throughout the year especially during the summer months. Choosing your equipment and services from one provider has many benefits which include; single point contact, 24/7 back up, a well established self-sufficient reliable event organisation with no cross hiring from other sources.
Small providers may appear cheaper at the outset, but when the chips are down they struggle to cope ultimately resulting in failing to provide. My advice is to tell your provider you are going to visit them midweek to view their premises and wares. You will gauge from their reaction if you are welcome. Most caterers work full time in other work providing weekend catering when they can. Small hire companies also operate as a side line no VAT, prefer cash, are not trusted to take Visa, MasterCard or Amex.
Every year we see new and old caterers and hire companies come and go leaving a trail of destruction, lost deposits, brides and grooms high and dry on their event days.
You know the old saying "if it sounds too good to be true it probably is"