Liverpool Town Hall has appointed Carringtons Caterers as its preferred food and beverage provider.
The 18th century Grade 1 listed building, situated in the heart of the culture quarter, will now work in partnership with the company’s managing directors Helen Wynn and Master Chef of Great Britain Darren Wynn - alongside their team of more than 50 staff.
In hopes of delivering culinary excellence, the catering firm will be on hand to deliver first class food and drink that ‘combines heritage with a contemporary twist’.
“We are delighted to be working in affiliation with the Town Hall - it brings us great pleasure to have been selected by such an admired Liverpool landmark.
“To ensure the longevity of our collaboration, our aim is to enhance the overall food and beverage offerings by incorporating specialist attributes that are exclusive to the venue.”
Carringtons will now be on hand at a varied selection of events to be held at the Town Hall, including conferences, gala dinners, weddings and award ceremonies.
Liverpool Town Hall & Civic Manager at Liverpool City Council Steve Gibbs said: “It is wonderful to have joined forces with a catering company that shares a similar ethos to ours.
“We hope that this new partnership will increase our already extensive list of private occasions, and offer a truly memorable and unique experience to our guests.”
For more than 25 years, Carringtons has attained high acclaim in the North West’s catering and hospitality sector, as a result of providing premium catering and organising bespoke events, which are focused upon individual requirements.
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